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 Breve contienda para reemplazar a Truss en el RU infographic
El gráfico muestra a los principaes candidatos para suceder a Liz Truss y una explicación sobre la contienda por el liderazgo del Partido Conservador.


Competencia acelerada para reemplazar a Liz Truss como premier del RU

By Jordi Bou

October 21, 2022 - Boris Johnson y su exministro de finanzas Rishi Sunak son los contendientes potenciales favoritos para reemplazar a la primera ministra británica Liz Truss, cuando los candidatos hacen campaña buscando apoyo para ocupar el liderazgo del Partido Conservador en una competencia acelerada.

Penny Mordaunt, leader of the House of Commons, is widely seen by Tory MPs as his strongest challenger, while ex-home secretary Suella Braverman is also expected to enter the contest.

The decision to set a threshold of 100 votes to make it on to the ballot paper will rapidly whittle down candidates. Even if the vote by the 357 Tory MPs is evenly split, no more than three candidates will be able to get through.

If two candidates remain after the initial ballot on Monday, October 24, MPs will hold an indicative vote to signal to the grassroots who commands the most support in the parliamentary party. The 170,000 members would then choose the next leader by Friday October 28.

The next government leader faces a formidable task as Britain heads into an economic slowdown with inflation surging, borrowing costs rising and a winter likely to be dominated by labor strikes and worries about energy supplies.

PUBLISHED: 21/10/2022; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images