who is the new prime minister of the uk



Rishi Sunak – Picture by Ansa Foto

Rishi Sunak is the new leader of the Conservative Party and the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The announcement came from Graham Brady, leader of the 1922 Committee, a Conservative parliamentary group in the House of Commons.

The former Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) under Boris Johnson’s government, a 42-year-old Indian-born Brexit supporter, is set to succeed the Prime Minister who remained in charge of the UK on as little time as possible. , Liz Truss.

After the official resignation at the hands of King Charles III of the Prime Minister who resigned in recent days, Rishi Sunak will be appointed British Prime Minister by the Sovereign and is the first head of government of Indian ethnic origin.

Rishi Sunak: ‘I want to fix our economy’

The father was born in Kenya to Indian parents, the mother in Tanzania and they emigrated to the UK in the 1960s. “The UK is a great country, but we are facing a deep economic crisis. I want to fix our economy, join our party and revive our country,” Sunak said yesterday.

After the resignation of Liz Truss, who after just 45 days in government had led the Conservative Party to a serious loss of support due to the attempt to establish economic policy on tax cuts without having the necessary covers, Boris Johnson had thought of returning to his place.

Indeed, the former Prime Minister had returned from vacation in order to represent himself at the head of the Conservatives, but did not obtain the necessary votes, even if he considers that he has two more. However, he took a step back and now Rishi Sunak will take over the reins of the United Kingdom which is going through a difficult economic crisis.

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