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Renew Europe group expels Lithuanian MEP over homophobic remarks


The European Parliament’s Renew Europe group on Wednesday decided to expel its Lithuanian member, Viktor Uspaskich, over homophobic remarks he made on a video posted on Facebook earlier in the month. 

“There is no place for homophobia in the Renew Europe family,” Dacian Ciolos, the President of Renew Europe said in a statement. 

“As a political family, we are deeply committed to safeguarding and expanding the rights of LGBTI+ people. Mr Uspaskich’s comments are incompatible with the values…

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