Finally, after more than 50 departures of officialsthis Thursday came the confirmation that Boris Johnson he will resign his position. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom faces a serious political crisis and from his own party they asked him to leave office.
Although his departure is imminent, Johnson plans to stay in power until the Tory conference next month. october. Nevertheless, there are several officials who ask that his departure be carried out immediately. Now, the Premier is writing his speech “personally” and will speak to the country to make the official announcement.
Now the crisis will appear again for disputes to remove Johnson from office immediately. However, the leader of the conservative party promised to stay in office until October.
It is expected that during the day announce a new cabinet, with new ministers, to coordinate the transfer of mandate. The Prime Minister is plunged into a major crisis after Brexit which caused a significant lack of fuel and the war between russia and ukrainewith derisory sanctions for Russian citizens in the country, as well as the parties he held during the quarantine in the midst of the hardest part of the conflict.
Great Britain is in a deep constitutional crisis, which finally will fall into the hands of Queen Elizabeth .Fundamental decisions on tax cuts and the cost of living are expected in the country, which Boris wants to impose and to which the party opposes.
What are the ministers looking for who want Boris Johnson to leave now?
The Conservative MPs They do not accept the proposal that Johnson stays until Octoberbut point to a prime minister “care taker” deal with power Now to finish the transition. But the decision will be a request from the queen, to whom the current Prime Minister must inform that he is resigning and she will decide who will remain in power.
It speaks of Dominique Raabthe deputy prime minister and former foreign minister, as his temporary replacement, or Theresa Maythe former prime minister, whom Boris finally managed to kick out in the middle of the Brexit negotiations.