Representative for Anti-Corruption Affairs of the Government UKConservative legislator John Benrose on Monday (6) announced that Prime Minister Boris Johnson would break the country’s lockout and step down “in violation of the ministerial code”.
In a statement posted on social media, Benrose also demanded that Boris Johnson resign. The British leader will be voted on by lawmakers this afternoon to decide whether he should stay in government or not.
I apologize for stepping down as prime minister’s representative for anti-corruption issues, but … it is clear that the minister has violated the law, “he said.” This is a reason for me to resign, and so should the prime minister. ”
The motion of no confidence is a tool in Congress and parliaments such as the British, through which delegates evaluate and vote on whether the head of government should continue in office.
in this situation, Boris Johnson has been challenged as prime minister after months of corruption over his participation in parties and meetingsViolators of hygiene rules in government buildings during Govt-19 epidemics.
Johnson acknowledged his involvement in the events and apologized to parliament and the public.
180 votes are needed to continue as Prime Minister. If he loses, the party will have to elect a new prime minister. Management said it hoped Johnson would receive a “majority” vote in favor of staying in office.
The parliamentary session, which will vote on the no-confidence motion, is expected to take place on Monday from 6pm to 8pm local time (2pm to 4pm Brazilian time).
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