PT leader calls for challenge to Marta Suplicy’s membership

PT leader calls for challenge to Marta Suplicy’s membership
PT leader calls for challenge to Marta Suplicy’s membership
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Valter Pomar, member of the PT National Directory and former executive secretary of the São Paulo Forum, entered this Saturday, 3rd, with a request to challenge Marta Suplicy’s affiliation (photo) to the Workers’ Party.

In a post on his blog, Valter Pomar listed the reasons for the request, citing the fact that Marta left the PT in 2015, “making heavy accusations” against the party “Especially regarding the ‘corruption’ theme‘”he wrote.

The PT leader also cited the votes that Marta gave, in the Senate, “in favor of anti-popular policiesand the vote she gave in favor of impeachment of Dilma Rousseff.

Valter Pomar also stated that Marta did not respect the PT:

“And the attitude, adopted by broad sectors of the Party, of not demanding at least an acceptable narrative from Marta, contributes to her continuing to not respectdespite the theatrical vows of love”he wrote.

The objection request was sent to Gleisi Hoffmannnational president of the PT, Kiko Celeguim, president of the party’s state directory in São Paulo, and Laércio Ribeiro, president of the party’s directory in the capital of São Paulo.

Marta returns to PT

Marta Suplicy https://twitter.com/martasuplicy_/status/1753595616108716354 in a ceremony in the city of São Paulo this Friday, 2, almost ten years after leaving the party.

Congressman’s running mate Guilherme Boulos (PSOL) for the municipal elections in the capital of São Paulo, the former mayor returned to the PT pretending to have never left.

In her speech, she ignored the reason for her break with the party, in 2015, amid Lava Jato, and made no mention of her vote in the Senate in favor of Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment, in 2016.


The article is in Portuguese

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