An exit that was inevitable: the factors that led to the resignation of Boris Johnson
Faced with the chronicle of the announced death of Boris Johnson and his government, now the 1922 Committee of the Conservative Party will be in charge of appointing as soon as possible a new minister who can give a little order and tranquility to the convulsed political world of the United Kingdom.
As everyone knows, Boris Johnson’s story as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is already in the past and future generations will define whether his time in Downing Street was good, regular or bad.
The only thing that can be said at the moment is that, without a doubt, in recent months what reigned in England, apart from its monarchy, was controversy.
Faced with the resignation (forced) after the strong pressures of the British Conservative Party, plus the 58 officials who let go of his hand, Johnson for now continues in office until his successor is appointed.
But what happened for the resignation to take place? Was it surprising or logical? See!