Next week, the British Queen will appoint a new prime minister to form the government, but unlike usual, she will do so in a new position. The reason: his health.
II. Elizabeth The British Queen is already 96 years old, and her health can also be felt, having ruled Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain (and many countries of the British Commonwealth) for 70 years. For the first time, he decided not to announce the appointment of a new prime minister in London, as has been the case for decades. Buckingham Palace has announced that the loser will be received at the Balmoral residence in Scotland Boris Johnson And the new Prime Minister on September 6, writes a BBC News.
Les Truss Obsession to Rishi Sun will be Johnson’s successorNext Monday, the ruling Conservative Party will decide which of them can continue to lead the party and the country. He will be the fifteenth prime minister in the Queen’s reign.
The protocol is usually for the former prime minister to give a speech outside the prime minister’s residence, 10 Downing Street, and then rush to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen, who will formally remove him from office. Then he calls the new prime minister and asks if he wants to form a government in the name of His Majesty. This is followed by a handshake and a kiss, and then the new Prime Minister delivers a speech in Downing Street.
The next few weeks will be centered around active politics in Great Britain rather than the summer cucumber season, so that in early September it becomes clear with whom the Conservatives will go on the next election campaign.
Balmoral is the Queen’s residence in early autumn, where she used to spend the period between August and October. He currently has mobility issues, and in February, he also struggled with Covid. Because of all this, he no longer has a fixed, pre-planned calendar, so programs for him are organized according to availability. He also had to cancel many important programs, such as the opening of the parliament session or the platinum jubilee ceremony.
The BBC notes that the last time a British prime minister was appointed outside London was in 1908: Herbert Henry Asquith Then he visited Biarritz, France vii. to Edward. According to a constitutional lawyer, there is no constitutional obstacle to a handshake. With the new current Prime Minister of Erzsébet.
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