“Mission Extremely Complete” The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson said, after his last meeting in the post, which gave him a lot of controversy. He bid farewell to the British Parliament saying “So long, baby!” Amidst applause from conservatives and uproar from the opposition.
Johnson said he will spend the next few weeks “doing what he thinks the public expects him to do: advance the issues we were elected to do in 2019.” “These last few years have been the greatest privilege of my life.” Added 58-year-old Johnson, who announced his resignation on 7 July after losing support of his Conservative Party in the context of several scandals affecting his popularity. He concluded by saying: “Hasta la vista, baby!”, in Spanish, to the applause of his bench, repeating the famous phrase pronounced by Arnold Schwarzenegger In the movie “Terminator 2″.
Johnson’s successor Announcement on 5th September At the end of the parliamentary holiday starting Friday. Leader of the Opposition, Labor Keir Starmer, questioned him about the current campaign within his party to replace him as Downing Street’s leader and tenant, Including the cancellation of the televised debate between the candidates on Tuesday. “Well, I don’t take this issue very carefully,” Johnson joked to the deputies’ laughter.
But he took the opportunity to offer “some advice” to his successor as prime minister: “Stay close to Americans, support Ukrainians, fight for freedom and democracy everywhere; lower taxes and move away from where you can to make this country the best place to live and invest”,
Conservative representatives vote for the fifth and last time on Wednesday to nominate the two finalist candidates for their succession, from whom they will later choose the nearly 200,000 members of the British Conservative Party., There were three candidates left in the election: Former Finance Minister Rishi Sunak, Head of Diplomacy Liz Truss and Foreign Trade Secretary Penny Mordant.
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