UK PM Boris Johnson To Face No Confidence Motion Vote Over Partygate Scandal

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UK PM Boris Johnson To Face No Confidence Motion Vote Over Partygate Scandal

Boris Johnson to face No Confidence Motion: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, embroiled in controversy, will face the No Confidence Motion on Monday regarding the Partygate scandal. This was announced by the chairman of a committee of the Conservative Party. This step is being taken a few days after new information related to the Partygate case surfaced.

Sir Graham Brady, in charge of no-confidence letters received by the committee, said 54 MPs (15 percent) of the Tory parliamentary party are demanding it and will be placed in the House of Commons on Monday evening. The vote on the no-confidence motion is being held after weeks of deadlock within the ruling Conservative Party. Several MPs and former ministers have expressed concern about illegally organizing a party on Downing Street in violation of COVID-19 rules. Brady said in a statement that the required 15 percent of the parliamentary party vote for the no-confidence vote had been achieved.

When will the UK Parliament vote?
He said that according to the rules, voting will be held on Monday, June 6, between 6 pm and 8 pm (local time), detailed information will be shared in this regard. They will be counted immediately after voting. The result will be announced as per the suggestion. Information in this regard will be shared today.

According to analysts, Johnson (57) is likely to win the vote, but it will certainly deal a major blow to his leadership. Rebel lawmakers would need 180 votes to remove Johnson as party leader and prime minister. Under current Conservative Party rules, if Johnson wins, he will not face another such no-confidence motion for at least 12 months.

What did the British Foreign Minister say in support of Boris?
The cabinet so far stands in solidarity with Johnson, which also includes UK Secretary of State Liz Truss. Truss is also being considered as the biggest candidate for the post of Prime Minister. Truss tweeted that the Prime Minister has my full support in today’s vote and I appeal to all my colleagues to support him. He has apologized for his mistake and now we should focus on economic development.

How many MPs have demanded the resignation of Boris?
Britain’s Indian-origin Chancellor Rishi Sunak also announced his support for Johnson on Twitter and said the Prime Minister has demonstrated the strong leadership that Britain needs. Significantly, at a birthday party held in Downing Street (Prime Minister’s residence) in June 2020, more than 40 lawmakers have demanded Johnson’s resignation over allegations of violating the rules related to the Kovid-19 lockdown. The matter has been in the news for a long time and many questions have also been raised about the failures of the investigation led by top civil servant Sue Grey.

Boris and his wife were fined
The report, released after the Scotland Yard investigation, said that during the 2020-2021 lockdown to control the spread of the corona virus, parties within government offices violated rules. Johnson and his wife, Carrie, were also fined in June 2020 for holding a birthday party in Downing Street’s cabinet room in violation of lockdown rules.

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