MP Moskal, several other Batkivschyna members expelled from party for violation of statute – party's press service
Several members of the Batkivschyna Party, including MP Hennadiy Moskal, have been expelled from the party for violating the statute of the party, the party's press service has reported.
The press service recalled that the party's statute says that, among other things, a party member should "contribute to the victory of party candidates in elections to state and local government agencies and campaign for them among the population."
"However, Hennadiy Moskal, being a member of the Batkivschyna Party, not only campaigned for another presidential candidate, but also became his authorized representative at the 71st territorial constituency. Given this, Batkivschyna's political council decided that Hennadiy Moskal's further stay in the party would be illogical," the press service reported.
Moskal said on Monday that he had been notified of his expulsion from the Batkivschyna Party and all its governing bodies. The politician said he had been told that a party meeting had been closed and that nobody would give any explanations.