69 percent of those polled believe Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson should resign, according to a poll carried out by YouGov on Tuesday night. In the survey, the majority of Conservative party voters also expressed their wish for the British head of government to resign for the first time.
69 percent of those polled are of the opinion that the Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson should resign, 18 percent says he should remain in office.
While the majority of Labor Party voters (Labor) and Liberal Democrats have long been in favor of the prime minister’s resignation, for the first time more than half of the voters of the ruling Conservative Party were in favor. 54 percent of them believe Johnson should resign, and 33 percent. – to stay.
At the same time, only 21 percent. of all those polled by YouGov believe Johnson will resign, and 68 percent. that he won’t.
Resignations of key ministers
Two key members of his government resigned on Tuesday afternoon, minutes apart, Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Health Minister Sajid Javid. They both explained that they had lost their trust in the head of government over the case of Chris Pincher, a former deputy whip, a person who cares about discipline in the parliamentary club. Johnson appointed him to the position in February, and earlier to the position of deputy foreign minister, despite hearing that he had long committed sexual harassment.
The same evening, five other junior government officials and the vice-chairman of the Conservative Party resigned. Further resignations are likely.
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