British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will lose his seat if elections are held in the country tomorrow, after revealing a report on parties held in public office during the pandemic, according to a survey published by The Times on Saturday.
The result of the survey conducted by YouGov indicates that Ruler formation Tori It will be eliminated in the Labor constituencies that the Conservatives won in the 2019 general electionsuch as Blyth Valley, Burnley, Leigh and Stoke-on-Trent North.
According to this, The conservatives They will lose all but three of the 88 seats they occupy A slight margin to work.
The survey found that Johnson will lose his seat in Uxbridge and South Ruslip, with much of the London constituency moving and turning over to Labour.
More and more sounds conservatives They are asking their leader to resign. Last night, Conservative MP Bob NealThe head of the Parliamentary Justice Committee has publicly demanded Johnson’s departure due to the executive branch’s “unacceptable conduct” during confinement.
Senior Official Sue Gray’s report, published on the 25th of this month, urges the country’s leaders to “take responsibility” for Violations of the anti-Covid rules.
The document – which is 37 pages long and accompanied by several photos of the prime minister present at the festivities – says that “many of these events should not have been allowed” and that “the way they were developed was not compatible with Covid regulations at the time.” , according to Efe.
However, members of the government who broke the rules of the ministerial standards “in a slight way” They won’t have to resign or face dismissalas it happened, Because of the new guidelines adopted by the executive branch.
Traditionally, members of Parliament in the United Kingdom are expected to leave office if they are found to have broken the rules of Ministerial Act in any way.
However, in this case, The Prime Minister was able to choose lower penalties In cases where violations of the aforementioned ministerial law have been identified.
The changes come after a review of the code by the Committee on Public Life Standards, an advisory body, which outlined a series of recommendations in a report.
At the same time facing the Prime Minister A An investigation by a parliamentary committee to clarify whether parliament was misled about the parties mentioned in the blockades.
Chris Bryant, chair of Parliament’s Standards Committee, told British radio today that Johnson’s “relaxation” of the ministerial bill explains why there should be An independent system in which the Prime Minister does not intervene to judge the behavior of parliamentarians.
“There must be a proper system, either with an independent personality, fully functioning without interference from the prime minister, who decides whether to open an investigation with a deputy or not, decides whether the case is very serious or less serious and then proposes a punishment.”
In this case, Bryant added, “that’s not what the prime minister has, it’s still all up to the prime minister, and we now know that the prime minister has always argued in court that he’s not guilty in his view.”
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