National Electoral Council would annul the expulsion of Humberto de la Calle and Daniel Carvalho from Verde Oxígeno

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The decision will be made the other week and will be based on a presentation by Judge César Lorduy

The National Electoral Council would annul the expulsion of Humberto de la Calle and Daniel Carvalho from Verde Oxígeno

The expulsion of De la Calle and Carvalho from Verde Oxígeno occurred after they declared their independence from the Petro government, something that Ingrid Betancourt did not like. Photos: Colprensa.

In the last few minutes it became known that the National Electoral Council would be on the verge of making a decision on the expulsion of congressmen Humberto de la Calle and Daniel Carvalho of the Oxygen Green political party, led by former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt.

The decision, which would be taken in the plenary room next week, was aired by the magazine Semana, and would be given in response to the request made by Sandra Pulido Urrea, national director of Verde Oxígeno, on July 27, for the registration and verification of the minutes of the extraordinary assembly that the community advanced on July 16, and in which, among other determinations, it was defined that the senator and the representative were expelled from the political party.

According to Semana, the decision that the CNE would take would be based on the presentation by Judge César Lorduy, who points out that in order to carry out the expulsion of Carvalho and De la Calle, the party should have instituted a disciplinary or sanctioning process in the first instance. , something that did not happen and that would be taking the ground away from the decision of the Oxygen Green directives.

Ingrid Betancourt 'threw it in the face' of Humberto de la Calle who expelled him from your party

The National Electoral Council would annul the expulsion of Humberto de la Calle and Daniel Carvalho of Verde Oxígeno

The leader of that community accused twice militancy to congressmen de la Calle and Daniel Carvalho, who were his co-supporters until a few months ago. Photos: Colprensa.

On October 28, a chapter was added to the soap opera between former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and Senator Humberto de la Calle, when the former reappeared in the Congress of the Republic and made serious complaints about alleged electoral fraud in the last legislative elections, which led to a strong exchange of messages between the senator and the former candidate.

Betancourt, who gave up his presidential candidacy to support Rodolfo Hernández before the first round, attended the First Senate Commission on Thursday, October 27, where he assured that in the March 13 elections, supposedly , appeared as if by magic millions of votesthat would have benefited other political forces such as the Historical Pact.

“The majority of us in the Oxygen Green Party are convinced that there was electoral fraud, because 3 million votes appeared at once, without a change in electoral behavior and when the suitability of the computer program that computed the votes was never guaranteed,” Betancourt pointed out.

The director of that community, which was left without legislative representation after expelling current congressmen Humberto de la Calle and Daniel Carvalho,He made several objections about the vote count that de la Calle did not like at all, who reacted with a sarcastic message where he confronted him that there are no longer any militants in that party.

< b>“The formula to calculate the majority of Verde Oxígeno is: Ingrid + Anastasia divided by 2″, trilled the former chief negotiator with the former FARC guerrilla in Havana, Cuba. Anastasia Rubio was the former candidate for Congress of that party, who is the niece of Ingrid Betancourt and who burned out in the legislative elections.

That comment The ex-kidnapped didn't like it a bit, who reminded her former colleague that she had been expelled along with Carvalho for declaring independence, and not opposition, to the government of President Gustavo Petro. What's more, he reminded him that they are in trouble with the electoral authorities in the country for alleged double militancy.

“Since you like to subtract and not add, you forgot to do the math by subtracting from you and Carvalho from the Party… And suddenly, from Congress, due to double militancy,” replied Betancourt.