British Conservative Party to have new leader in up to 8 days


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Plataforma vazia antes da chegada de Liz Truss a Downing Street, para a renúncia, em 20 de outubro de 2022.

Empty platform prior to Liz Truss’s arrival at Downing Street for resignation onof October .| Photo: EFE/EPA/ANDY RAIN

The Conservative Party of the United Kingdom will complete the process of electing its new leader by 17 of October, as said this Thursday (15) Graham Brady, chairman of the committee from the party’s bench in the House of Commons, which is in charge of organizing the internal elections.

Brady informed reporters that, therefore, it will be possible to have a new head of government before the Minister of Finance, Jeremy Hunt, presents his medium-term fiscal plan – which is scheduled for the day 21 – to reverse the economic strategy of Prime Minister Liz Truss, who resigned from her post today.

of October,” Graham Brady said after visiting Truss at the Downing Street office.

“We must therefore have a new leader before the day’s tax return 21,” he added. Brady will shortly specify how the internal elections will be held so that they can be completed within just one week.

Liz Truss became prime minister on September 6 after winning a primary election process that began after her predecessor, Boris Johnson, resigned on July 6.

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