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Hasibul Hasan
Jul 18, 2022
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partnership@thenewslens.com illustrator artwork service Press release press@thenewslens.com User service contact@thenewslens.com Please refer to the submission >contact editor Copyright © 2022 TNL Media GroupEven though British Prime Minister Johnson resigned as leader of the Conservative Party due to external pressure, he still said that he would stay in office until the autumn until the Conservative Party elects his successor to formally step down, but why did Johnson not step down immediately, the "unwritten constitution" of the United Kingdom is among them What kind of role do you play? After days of frantic political drama, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally bowed his head under pressure from his cabinet and his party, announcing his resignation as leader of the Conservative Party . But Johnson's exit was still reluctant, which was in line with his personality. Johnson said his intention was to remain in office until the autumn, when the Conservative Party elects his successor. That's despite the spate of resignations of ministerial officials over the past few days - including Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak and Health Minister Sajid Javid - and calls for him to immediately Calls to step down ensued, even from members of the lower house of parliament who had previously pledged allegiance to him, including Nadhim Zahawi, who he had just appointed to replace Sunak. But here's the point - Johnson has no legal responsibility to step down immediately, even though successive prime ministers with similar experiences have typically done so. In the US, when former 2020 President Donald Trump refused to admit defeat to Joe Biden in the general election , political commentators were quick to invoke the 20th Amendment to the US Constitution. , which details how and when power is transferred between the two presidents. However, Britain has far more so-called
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