Saying that he did not know at the beginning of his impending expulsion from liberalism, representative Kritza Pérez responded this Tuesday night when asked about the decision of the Disciplinary Commission of the Central Executive Council of the Liberal Party (CCEPL).
Earlier, the leader of the Liberal Party Yani Rosenthal confirmed the decision of the institution affecting the mayor of Texiguat, Erick Mejía, and the deputy Kritza Pérez, due to the failure to follow the determinations set by the CCEPL.
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Deputy Pérez said that so far he has not received any official notification and he does not know the reason for the dismissal. “I doubt it has anything to do with the merger of the board of directors, because if that were the case we would be talking about five expelled representatives,” he explained, referring to the fact that he is not the only liberal who is a member of board of directors.
The Disciplinary Commission summoned for today the mayor of Texiguat – who did not appear in the trial – and the five liberal representatives accused of violating the party line by joining the board of directors of the National Congress, but after in the meeting only the name. of Kritza Pérez came out as fired, added the mayor of Texiguat.
“There is no official communication from the disciplinary court,” he stressed. He also said he suspected the situation stemmed from supporting Xiomara Castro and not Yani Rosenthal.
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Pérez added that “no member of a Disciplinary Court or a Central Council has the power to decide who is liberal because it is a matter of conviction and principles.”
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