Following the resignations of Health Secretary Sajid Javid and Finance Minister Rishi Sunak in the UK, the number of ministers and MPs who have resigned since yesterday has risen to 31, while a fifth of the government has resigned in the past year. past 2
hours. Following the UK quake’s resignation, ministers gathered at the Prime Minister’s Office to demand Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation. As ministers and MPs resigned in the UK, ministers went to the Prime Minister’s office in Downig Street in London, to pressure British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign.
According to reports in the British press, among the ministers who will pressure Johnson to leave are Nadhim Zahawi, who was appointed as the new finance minister yesterday, Home Secretary Priti Patel, the minister. Transport Grant Shapps, Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng, Welsh Minister Simon Hart, Minister for Northern Ireland. Brandon Lewis, International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan. Ministers said they expected to discuss Mr Johnson’s resignation as prime minister.
“I WILL CONTINUE TO BE PRIME MINISTER”
After more than 30 consecutive government resignations, Johnson has vowed to continue as prime minister. When asked what he thought of his resignation, Johnson said in a statement to the Liaison Committee: “I am pleased to tell you that I will continue to do what I have been chosen to do, and I will continue to do it.”
While Johnson said he would “be back as prime minister tomorrow”, he responded to pressure to resign by speaking out about the livelihood crisis and the war in Ukraine. “People need to be oppressed and the government needs to focus on those priorities,” Johnson said. This is what we do. “I’ve faced Europe’s biggest war in over 80 years and I don’t see any responsibility if I have to leave it,” he said. When questioned during the committee debate, Johnson was particularly criticized by opposition Labor MPs. Lawmakers told Johnson it was “funny if he stayed in office” and that “it would be in the country’s best interest if he left office.”
COUNT RESIDUE KEEPING INCREASED
The crisis started last night with the resignations of Health Minister Sajid Javid and Finance Minister Rishi Sunak, which has resulted in 31 ministers and lawmakers resigning so far. Resignations due to “distrust” in Johnson’s administration have taken place in the past 2
hours. According to British press, so far, about one-fifth of government members have resigned. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PARTY
British Prime Minister Johnson has been criticized by both the Conservative Party he leads, as well as opposition leaders and the public, after it was revealed he had breached the rules in place within the limits. of Covid-19 in 2020 and 2021.
Johnson was the subject of a ‘vote of no confidence’ from Conservative Party lawmakers in June, after an investigation into the so-called ‘Partygate scandal’ found he had clearly breached restrictive rules issued by the government.
Of the 359 Tory MPs, 1
8 voted against Johnson, while 211 voted in favor of Johnson, saying Johnson should remain prime minister.