Liz Truss resigned: why and when will she find a replacement

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 Liz Truss resigned: why and when she will be replaced

The Prime Minister of Great Britain said that she faced so many challenges in her post. According to Truss, she will continue to serve as prime minister until a successor is elected.

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British Prime Minister Liz Truss resigned on Thursday, September 20. The full statement of the head of the British government was published by The Guardian.

“Given the situation, I cannot fulfill the mandate in which I was elected by the Conservative Party. Therefore, I spoke with His Majesty the King to notify him that I I am resigning as leader of the Conservative Party,” Truss said.

Truss said she had already met the chairman of the 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady, today. The politicians have decided that the election of the leadership of the conservative party will be held next week. Until a successor is chosen, Liz Truss will continue to fulfill her duties.

The politician also stressed that she took over the leadership of the British government at a rather difficult time. Among the factors that complicated her work as prime minister, Truss named economic and international instability, as well as the Russian-Ukrainian war.

Truss' tenure as prime minister turned out to be the shortest in the history of Great Britain: she served in office for only 45 days.

Resignation of Liz Truss: main reasons named

International media cite several reasons which may have contributed to Truss' departure from his post.

Among them:

  • Truss's tax initiatives, which were heavily criticized;
  • Truss's refusal to announced budget plans;
  • change of finance minister;
  • lack of support among the Conservative parliamentary party itself.

Who will lead the government of Great Britain after Liz Truss

It has already become known that politician Tom Tugendhat, who was Truss's rival in the elections, will not run for the leadership of the Conservative Party.

In addition, it is expected that that Swella Braverman would run for Tory leader, although Sir John Hayes, a former minister who is a confidant and adviser to the former Home Secretary, declined to say whether she planned to run.

In turn, chairman of the 1922 committee Sir Graham Brady delivered a statement to Parliament announcing that it would be possible to vote for a new prime minister and complete the leadership election by Friday 28 October.

Focus also wrote about what awaits Great Britain after the resignation of Liz Truss. Either elections will be called soon, or the party will again elect a prime minister who is ready to go to the second round and try to navigate this ship through the storm of the coming winter, financial turmoil and economic crisis.