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There will be a new boss for British diplomacy

There will be a new boss for British diplomacy

LONDON, Sept. 15 – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday announced a reshuffle in his cabinet. As part of the government’s reshuffle, after a series of political mistakes and controversies, he replaced his diplomatic leader and fired the education minister. The AP and AFP agencies report this.

The most notable move was the transfer of former Foreign Minister Dominic Robb to the post of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice. Since the post of Deputy Prime Minister is only nominal, it is considered “degenerate”. Rob was criticized for postponing his return from vacation in Greece in August, when the British government tried to evict civilians during Taliban rule in Afghanistan.

Former Secretary of State Liz Truss, who has been recognized for negotiating a series of trade agreements with Australia and Japan since Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, has become the new head of British diplomacy – the second woman in the UK. At the same time, Truss will be Secretary of State for Women and Equality.

Johnson retained Rishi Sunak as finance minister. Despite speculation that he will resign after pressure from an increasing number of immigrants from France, Priti Padelova will continue as interior minister.

Johnson also recalled Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, who was criticized for working during epidemics on school closures, exams and university admissions during epidemics. He will be replaced by Nadeem Zahawi, the former secretary of state for vaccines responsible for the corona virus vaccine.

Michael Cove, Johnson’s longtime ally, has been appointed secretary of housing, communities and self-government. The resort is crucial to Johnson’s promise of prosperity to all UK citizens who helped him win the 2019 election.

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In the archive film by Michael Gove.
Photo: TASR / AP

Nadine Doris will serve as Minister of Culture to address key issues such as the future of the BBC’s public service broadcaster.

Johnson last made major changes to his cabinet after the December 2019 election, when he removed representatives who were considered loyal or sluggish enough to support Brexit. He was with a strong proximate group, which critics said was not experienced politicians in various fields, which manifested itself in managing the consequences and epidemic of leaving the EU.