Parliamentary Conservative Party, Conservative Party, Boris Johnson discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


Is clearly now the will of the parliamentary Conservative Party that there should be a new leader of that party and therefore a new prime minister. He says it is disappointed because he still has a lot to do now Bloomberg's guy Johnson says the system has a number of steps. You are going to get the parliamentary party of the Conservative Party the Tories whittling down the candidates to two. Those two candidates will then be put to grassroots members of the Conservative Party who will ultimately decide who the next prime minister is. This is a parliamentary system. That's how the process works. But how quickly that happens remains to be seen in theory it could happen relatively quickly. In theory, we could have a replacement for Boris Johnson by the end of August. But lord Kim Derek, former UK ambassador to the U.S. says there's growing concern now about the timeline. It's already clear that quite a lot of conservative MPs are not happy with how long this will take and with the implication that Boris Johnson could continue to be prime minister through the rest of July through all of August into September. And they think either it needs to be speeded up somehow, or maybe a different process completely, but this is still to be played out, and we will know a lot more after the 1922 committee meeting on Monday. Yeah, that Monday, the commission meets to set the process into formal motion. Yonhap is reporting ruling people power party has suspended the party membership of leader Lee Jong shock on allegations of sexual bribery and cover up a move that could throw the party into some form of turmoil. China's criticized India's prime minister Narendra Modi along with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken for a phone call that conveyed birthday greetings to the Dalai Lama on his 87th. The China's foreign ministry says that both need to abide by commitments to China on Tibet related issues and stop interfering in China's internal affairs. U.S. senators Richard blumenthal and Lindsey Graham are in Kyiv. I'm saying more military aid the higher the chances that Ukraine can win the war. Strangle the Russian economy, help the Ukrainian military

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