Anas Cordoba (in London), edited by Juliet Moray Alvarez
08:35, September 04, 2022
In a few days, the British will know the name of their next Prime Minister. If Boris Johnson isn’t unanimous, it certainly will be for a successor to Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak. The British public is already divided on the issue.
yes the UK The name of his future Prime Minister will be known soon Boris Johnson, the last person to hold this position, is still spoken of. Between the sadness on the face His resignation And the great “Pew” of relief, the British are still and always divided. Among those who voted for him in 2019, some did not forgive the conservatives for ousting him. “Now the Conservatives are going to elect the Prime Minister they want. But we no longer have the Prime Minister we wanted,” laments an Englishwoman. “He should have stayed and got the job done. He’s got Brexit, Covid and Ukraine to deal with, those are big issues. I don’t care if he’s at a party with cake and beer!”
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For Jane and Tim, on the other hand, his exit is a victory, but not necessarily a relief, because they don’t appreciate Rishi Sunak. Liz dress, two candidates for his succession. “Boris Johnson is terrible. He’s a complete liar, with no moral sense. We’re ashamed of him. And then, he’s grotesque,” laments Jane. “But the sequel could be worse,” continues Tim with some enthusiasm. “Liz Truss will be the same. Her interest is the only thing that matters. Rishi Sunak It might be a bit better, but it’s for budget control, so I’m not sure if it’s a good thing for the public sector jobs I work on. Later they became very close to the extreme right wing within the party.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is the favorite in the race and leads her opponent by 30 points in polls after Saturday’s final debate.
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