Liz Truss elected new Conservative Party leader in England, will take over as prime minister tomorrow

Source, Press Association

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Liz Truss

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has been named the new leader of the ruling Conservative Party. Truss will be commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II to form the government tomorrow and will become the country’s new prime minister.

After Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation, the leadership race in the Conservative Party started with the votes in the party’s parliamentary group, and in the last of these votes, former Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss took the first two places.

Members of the party elected the new leader of the Conservative Party, and therefore the new prime minister of Britain.

In the election, 172 thousand 438 members of the party voted. Liz Truss received 81,326 of the votes and Altar received 60,399 of the votes.

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