The race to replace Boris Johnson as leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister UK This Sunday (10) later intensified Nine Conservative representatives, including ministers, have filed nominations.
Commerce Minister, Benny MordantA recent addition to the list of contenders, which also includes the Economy Minister, Nadeem Zahavi; Transport Minister, Grand Shops; Former Health Ministers Sajid Javid And Jeremy Hunt; Former Economy Minister Rishi Sunak; Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Tom Dugentat; Attorney General, Suella Braverman; and former Equality Minister Chemie Patenoch.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a speech in Parliament (Photo: REUTERS TV)
Johnson resigned last Thursday after more than 50 members of his government resigned in protest at the administration and a flood of scandals that have grown under his leadership, such as parties at the Downing Street residence during the pandemic.
Formal wrangling over the elections will begin once the 1922 Committee, which brings together conservative representatives who do not hold government office, appoints its administration on Monday and establishes a timetable for the process. UK There will be a new head of government in early September.
Johnson remains at the helm of the British government as the leadership race continues, with Foreign Secretary Liz Truss expected to present her nomination on Monday, in addition to nine other candidates.
While this process has yet to formally begin, politicians have already launched their campaigns, with tax cuts as one of the main promises.
In statements to the BBC, Hunt and Sajid both defended tax cuts, one of the Conservatives’ traditional measures, drawing on their experiences in the ministries they have worked in – Health and Foreign Affairs, the former and Economy and Health. In the second case.
Mordant announced his decision to run on Twitter, where he posted a video to signal that the Conservative leadership must change so that it focuses less on the leader’s personality and more on the issues facing the country.
Other candidates are also expected to release details of their proposals in the coming days. Politicians go through a series of votes, and candidates are eliminated until only two remain. The final decision will be made by the country’s party members, who will have to choose one of the two final candidates.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, treasurer of the 1922 committee, told LBC radio that he was confident the final two candidates would be in place by July 20 – before Parliament’s summer break.
“Right now we have nine people running. I hope there will be a few more before the applications close on Monday and then the process will start,” he added.
However, the Labor opposition on Sunday again argued that Johnson should leave immediately, rather than wait for a new leader to be elected, or is prepared to table a motion of censure in the House of Commons to oust him.
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