The Integrity Office that Wohlt involved spoke with a total of sixteen people. They also wanted to talk to Nilufer so she could tell her side of the story. She has indicated several times that she will not respond to this.
“We are deeply affected by everything that has happened inside the Volt over the past month,” the statement said.
“Within our party, we value integrity and a safe environment. We are therefore shocked by these reports and the fact that Nilufer indicated he does not want to cooperate.”
“We do not tolerate such behavior in our party. After a recent conversation with Nilufer, her position turned out to be untenable and we made the difficult decision to terminate her party membership.”
The party also says these events show that they should look at themselves. “We are appalled that misconduct has been allowed to occur within the Volt. We realize we have not been feeling well and apologize to those involved. We are taking steps to prevent this type of situation in the future.”
Wait for the result
Nilufer indicated a week and a half ago that she had been subjected to her comment being suspended as a “nightmare”. In her statement at the time She said she “deeply regrets that people have felt insecure because of her way of working.” “I am awaiting the outcome of the investigation and will respond based on the findings,” she wrote.