After the resignation of two key ministers in the cabinet of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it is thought that his prime ministership is in danger.
Boris Johnson will face questions in Parliament on Wednesday and will be questioned by senior lawmakers.
British Chancellor Rishi Sonak and Health Secretary Sajid Javed had announced their resignation from the government.
He resigned from his ministry on Tuesday, saying he could no longer stay in government in the wake of scandals that have tarnished his administration in recent months.
A number of lawmakers in Britain’s ruling Conservative Party say the game is over for Johnson.
A Conservative lawmaker, speaking on condition of anonymity, said, “I doubt we will have to drag them down Downing Street, but if we had to do it that way, we would do it.”
Boris Johnson’s government has been plagued by scandals for months. The prime minister was fined for violating lockdown laws imposed in the wake of the corona virus outbreak.
Not only that, but a reprehensible report was published against the behavior of his Downing Street office officials who violated the lockdown laws.
Utterances were also seen in the policy of the British Prime Minister, the arbitrary defense of a legislator who broke the rules regarding lobbying was also the reason for his criticism.
At the same time, Boris Johnson was criticized for not doing enough to help the British people, who are facing rising fuel and commodity prices.
In the latest scandal, Boris Johnson appointed MP Chris Puncher to a government post against whom there were allegations of sexual abuse.
Following the scandal, Rishi Sonak has resigned as Finance Minister and Sajid Javed as Health Secretary.
Sajid Javed wrote in his resignation text that “it is clear that this situation will not change under your leadership so you have lost my confidence.”
“I am sorry to say that my conscience does not allow me to continue in this government,” he wrote. The British people expect their government to be honest.
“People expect the government to be run properly, competently and seriously,” Rishi Sonak said in his resignation.
A survey by the British research and data analytics firm UGO found that 69% of Britons believe Boris Johnson should step down as prime minister, but other members of the ministerial team backed him. Assured.
Scottish Secretary Alastair Jack said: “I fully support the Prime Minister. I’m sorry to see good colleagues resign. “