The UK Conservative Party plans to hold a no-confidence vote against Johnson on June 8 because of the party scandal amid tough lockdowns and restrictions on COVID.
Officials from Britain’s ruling Conservative Party have scheduled a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Boris Johnson for Wednesday, June 8. The Sunday Times writes about it.
The publication, citing sources, writes that a party vote without confidence in Johnson is scheduled for June 8. The required number of letters from members of parliament has already been collected or will be collected nearby. that future.
The reason for Johnson’s resignation could be a high-profile scandal among the parties amid tough lockdowns and COVID restrictions. He himself refused to step down as prime minister, as the British government faced formidable challenges.
BBC sources note that the required 180 votes for Johnson’s resignation is unlikely to be reached. In the event of a vote of no confidence, he will remain prime minister until a new party leader is elected.
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