Former party chief Jeremy Corbyn has been fired by Britain’s Labor Party. He was fired for commenting on a report published by the Commission for Equality and Human Rights on anti-Jewish sentiment. The British media BBC reported this.
The Labor Party, led by Corbyn, participated in the 2019 British elections. He took the responsibility of the election defeat on his shoulders and resigned from the post of party chief. Corbyn won by a large margin in North Islington despite losing to the team.
According to a Human Rights Watch report, the Labor Party was responsible for illegal harassment and discrimination during Corbyn’s one and a half year rule. But Corbyn says opponents have dramatically raised the level of anti-Semitism within the Labor Party.
A Labor spokesman said Corbyn was suspended for failing to comment. The removal order will remain in force during the investigation of his remarks.
Calling the expulsion “political”, Jeremy Corbyn said he was committed to fighting it.
The head of the Labor Party, Sir Keir Steamer, said the report published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission has embarrassed the party.
Responding to an investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Corbin said he was always determined to erase all forms of racism. His team worked to accelerate the process, without any hindrance.