British Prime Minister Johnson Appoints Nadhim Zahawi as Treasury-Bloomberg

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British Prime Minister Johnson appointed Education Minister Nadhim Zahawi to replace Treasury Minister Nadhim Zahawi, who resigned on the 5th. Steve Berkley, Minister of State for Health, was appointed to replace Javid, who also resigned. Prior to this, Johnson stated that he would remain prime minister at a meeting of a team of his aides, according to one person familiar with the matter.

Anger against Prime Minister Johnson has risen again within the party over allegations of molestation by ruling and Conservative leaders, and the resignation of both ministers has been a double blow to Mr. Johnson.

British Prime Minister Johnson

Photographer: Chris J. Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

“We can’t continue in this way,” Snak said in a letter to the Prime Minister. Javid told him that he had lost confidence in the prime minister. Both sides posted a letter on Twitter indicating their resignation.

“Citizens naturally expect the government to take appropriate, competent and serious actions,” Snak said in the letter. “I am convinced that these norms are worth the fight.” I will resign for some reason. “

The two are one of the most important ministers of the administration. Prime Minister Johnson promoted Chris Pincher to deputy secretary-general in the hospital in February, knowing that his behavior was suspicious, but he resigned after being reported to the British newspaper Sun on suspicion of being molested by two men. The prime minister had just admitted that the promotion was “wrong.” His remarks were televised.

Original title:Nadhim Zahawi Appointed UK Chancellor of the Exchequer (Correct)、*JOHNSON NAMES STEVE BARCLAY AS UK HEALTH SEC., REPLACING JAVID、Johnson Said to Vow to Fight On as PM After Surprise Exits、Sunak and Javid Quit UK Government in Major Blow to Johnson (1)(抜粋)

(Update with additional ministerial nominations)

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