The platform’s board of supervisors voted to maintain its veto power over the social network
San Francisco- Former US President Donald Trump will not return to Facebook at this time.
The platform’s supervisory committee voted to maintain its veto power over the social network. Four months ago, the platform was suspended for inciting violence that led to the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
Although the committee maintained its suspension, the committee condemned the way Facebook made its decision.
He said: “It is inappropriate to impose an indefinite sentence on Facebook and not have indefinite suspension standards.”
The board pointed out that Facebook has six months to review the “arbitrary punishment” it imposed on January 7 and decide on another punishment that reflects “serious violations and the possibility of future harm.”
He said that the new sanctions must be “clear, necessary and proportionate” and consistent with Facebook’s rules on serious violations.
The committee said that if Facebook decides to restore Trump’s account, the company should be able to resolve more violations immediately.
Trump has also been permanently banned from using Twitter.