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Boris Johnson suffers from scandal resigns from British Prime Minister

Johnson was abandoned by everyone except a handful of allies after fighting for work for days

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson walks at Downing Street in London, July 6, 2022.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on July 6, 2022 in London. Walk down Downing Street. Photo: Henry Nicholls/Reuters

London — Boris Johnson suffering from scandal becomes minister on Thursday After being abandoned, he announced that he would resign as British Prime Minister. Most of his conservative lawmakers.

More than 50 ministers resigned, succumbing to inevitability as the legislator said he had to go, and the isolated helpless Johnson to confirm that he would resign. Speaked outside his Downing Street.

"The process of choosing that new leader should start now, and today I have appointed a cabinet to serve as I do until a new leader is deployed." Johnson said.

Johnson, with the exception of a few allies, after days of fighting for work and after the latest in a series of scandals discouraged him from supporting him. Abandoned by all.

"His resignation was inevitable," Conservative Vice-Chair Justin Tomlinson said on Twitter. "As a party, we need to unite quickly and focus on what's important. These are serious times in many ways."

Conservatives need to elect new leaders there is. This process can take weeks or months.

According to a brief survey by YouGov, Defense Minister Ben Wallace is a favorite of Conservative members to replace Johnson, followed by junior trade minister Penny Modant and former finance minister. Rishi snacks followed.

Britain’s Defence Secretary Ben Wallace arrives at 10 Downing Street, in central London on July 6, 2022. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL/AFP via Getty Images)
British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace at 10 Downing Street in central London Arrived at July 6, 2022. (Photo by DANIELLEAL / AFP via Getty Images)

It was not clear whether Johnson would continue to be the caretaker while his successor was being elected.

Many said he should leave immediately and hand over to his deputy Dominique Rab, saying he had lost the trust of his party. ..

Kiel Starmer, the leader of the opposition's main labor party, said he would call for congressional confidence votes if conservatives didn't dismiss him immediately.

"If they don't drive him away, the Labor Party will step up for national interest and bring unconfident votes as the Prime Minister will not be able to continue to cling for months and months. Let's come, "he said.

The crisis is said to be the weakest of the major countries in 2023, with British facing the toughest financial difficulties in decades following the COVID-19 outbreak and the surge in inflation. It happens because it is predicted. From Russia.

Also, years of internal division caused by a narrow vote to leave the European Union in 2016, and the composition of Britain itself at the request of another Scottish Independence Reference. Second in 10 years, following the threat to.

Johnson's support has disappeared during the most turbulent 24 hours of recent British political history. It was represented by Nadim Zahawi, the finance minister who had just been appointed to his post on Tuesday, and asked his boss to resign.

Zahawi and other ministers went to Downing Street on Wednesday night and told Johnson that the match was over with a senior representative of a non-government parliamentarian.

Initially, Johnson refused to go and seemed ready to dig in, dismissing Michael Gove. authority.

An ally told Sun's newspaper that party rebels "must soak their hands in blood" to get rid of Johnson.

However, by Thursday morning, it became clear that his position was unsupportable due to the flood of resignations.

"This is not sustainable, it only gets worse. For you, for the Conservatives, and most importantly for all countries," Zahawi said on Twitter. "You have to do the right thing and go now."

Some of the people left in the post, including Defense Minister Ben Wallace, have an obligation to keep the country safe. He said he did so just for a reason.

The government was facing paralysis due to the resignation of so many ministers. Despite his imminent departure, Johnson began appointing a minister to a vacant post.

"It is our duty now to make sure that the people of this country have a functioning government," said the Cabinet Department, which oversees the administration of the government. Said Michael Ellis, the minister of the. Congress.

From popularity to despair

Enthusiastic Johnson took power almost three years ago and promised to provide and rescue Brexit from the fierce controversy that followed the 2016 Reference. Did.

Since then, some conservatives have enthusiastically supported former journalists and the mayor of London, while others have resorted to appealing to some of the voters who normally reject the party. I supported him because I was able to do it.

It was confirmed in the December 2019 election. However, his militant and often chaotic approach to the rule of his administration and a series of scandals have exhausted many of his legislators' good intentions, while showing that he is no longer popular with the general public.

The recent crisis has resigned after accused of seeking a man in a private membership club by parliamentarian Chris Pincher, who played a government role in idyllic care. It broke out after being forced to.

Johnson had to apologize after it was revealed that Pincher had been the subject of previous sexual misconduct complaints before appointing him. did. He said he had forgotten the prime minister.

This is an abomination to a noisy party at Downing Street's residence and office, which broke the lockdown rules of COVID-19 and was fined by police at a rally on his 56th birthday. Following months of scandals and failures, including reports.

Many British fuel fuel, with policy U-turns, unlucky defense of legislators who broke the rules of lobbying, and criticism that he hasn't done enough to tackle inflation. I'm having a hard time dealing with the rise in. Food price.

"It should have happened long ago," said Labor's Starmer. "He was always unfit for the office. He is responsible for lies, scandals and fraud on an industrial scale."

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