Queen Elizabeth formally delegates power to Liz Truss

After the resignation of former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it was announced in the Parliament yesterday that the new Prime Minister is Liz Truss. According to a flash information, the Queen of England II. Elizabeth gave the task of forming a government to Liz Truss.
Breaking news: Following the resignation of former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it was announced in the Parliament yesterday that the new Prime Minister is Liz Truss. According to a flash information, the Queen of England II. Elizabeth gave the task of forming a government to Liz Truss. According to the voting results, Liz Truss received 81,326 votes and Rishi Sunak received 60,399 votes.

It was stated that Truss, who was elected as the leader of the Conservative Party in England, will meet with Queen Elizabeth tomorrow in Scotland to take up the task of forming the government. Truss received 57.4 percent of the valid votes in the voting among Conservative Party voters.

“WE WILL HAVE A GREAT SUCCESS”

In his speech yesterday, Truss said, “I intend to fulfill the promises I made to the voters in 2019. I will come up with a bold plan to cut taxes and grow our economy. We will deal with the long-term issues of energy supply. We will deal with the crisis in people’s energy bills. With the Conservative Party, we will make a big deal in 2024. We will have success,” he said.

TODAY CAN EXPLAIN THE CABINET

Liz Truss is expected to announce the new cabinet tomorrow today. Boris Johnson announced on July 7 that he resigned from the leadership of the ruling Conservative Party, and that he would continue to serve as prime minister until a new leader is elected.

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