Former Prime Minister of England Boris JohnsonOne of the British Conservative Party’s options is to return to government after the current prime minister’s early resignation. Liz dress.
But the question everyone asks United KingdomA week before a new president is elected, where is Boris Johnson?
The question arises because of the resignation of the Tory MP and the funerals for his death Queen Isabel IIJohnson was part of it, the 58-year-old politician went on holiday with his family. CaribbeanObviously inside Dominican Republic.
According to the Dominican press, Johnson is expected to arrive in the country on October 7 with his wife. Gary JohnsonThen came out Santo Domingo on the 10th of the same month, without specifying any destination.
local environment, Daily list He said he returned to the Dominican Republic on October 12 and has been there ever since. Even in the Dominican Republic, Johnson was aware of Liz Truss’s resignation.
At least until the morning of October 20, the parliamentarian was enjoying his vacation in the Caribbean until the current Prime Minister’s resignation speech emerged, the country’s press assures.
However, so far no one in the UK has been able to trace Johnson’s whereabouts, and as support for his return to prime minister grows, British uncertainty over Boris Johnson’s whereabouts is growing.
This Friday, his father, Stanley JohnsonHe said his son was “on the plane.” When a television channel asked about the whereabouts of the former chief minister.
“I think he’s on a plane,” said the father.
The truth is, in the next few hours, Johnson is expected to return London In the face of a severe political crisis in the country, Britons are expected to take charge of controversial mid-term elections and avoid early elections called for by some opposition parties such as Labor and the Liberal Democrats.
Many “Tory” MPs have called for Johnson’s return to power, even though he was forced to resign in July after several members said he alone has the mandate from voters to take charge of the government. During the pandemic its executive resigned due to a Downing Street party scandal.
Successful candidates for the Truss must have the support of at least 100 of the 357 “Tory” MPs established by the group in 1922, which brings together Conservative MPs with no ministerial posts.
If two candidates remain in this inner Conservative parliamentary group, members of the body will have the last word in an online poll.
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