Britain Political Crisis: Once again, elections for the post of Prime Minister are to be held in Britain. After the resignation of Liz Truss, the political stir here has intensified. However, its direct benefit seems to be to Rishi Sunak of Indian origin. He is currently leading the race in this race. Apart from them, Boris Johnson and senior cabinet member Penny Mordaunt are also in this race.
Liz Truss resigned as Prime Minister on Thursday (October 20). In such a situation, once again the political crisis has increased here. The country has to choose its prime minister again. After the resignation of Liz, the question has started to arise that who will become the next Prime Minister of Britain. There are many names in the race for the post of PM, but the two names that are running at the fore are Indian-origin Rishi Sunak and former Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Support of 100 Conservative leaders
The biggest thing is that Sunak has won the race for the nomination process. He has got the support of 100 Conservative leaders required for the nomination. October 24 is the last day for nominations. Following Liz’s resignation, the ruling Conservative Party will have to be sworn in as the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom within a week. Obviously, the party will have to expedite the process of selecting the leader after completing the election process.
Conservative party may be defeated in elections
At the same time, according to the survey, if elections are held in Britain today, then the Conservative Party may suffer a big defeat. So the party does not want elections. There may be many faces in the PM’s race, but Rishi Sunak’s deep political penetration has raised hopes. He was constantly reaching out to the people during the recently held elections. This is also one of the reasons that somewhere he will still be at the forefront of people’s mind as a candidate.
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