Boris Johnson secures In the
British elections, Hit the field
Boris Johnson secures In the British elections, Hit the field! In the UK,
suffering from political instability, the results of the general election are
underway. Under the results so far, the Conservative Party of Boris Johnson has
had a clear victory, with 15 Pakistani-born candidates from both major parties
fielding in the elections. ?
According to a foreign news agency, this is the third election in the UK in five years. The parliament voted for 650 seats, in which Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party got a clear majority. To date, the Conservative Party has won 365, while the Labor Party has won 203 seats, with the Scottish National Party third with 48 seats.
Boris Johnson’s winning address
Prime Minister Boris Johnson in his first speech after the historic victory of the Conservative Party in the general election, thanking the voters that they would, on January 31, 2020, meet separately from the European Union but without leaving the EU. ? And for this, the majority of the Parliament was also required.
World leaders congratulate Boris Johnson
US President Donald Trump congratulated Boris Johnson’s party for a clear majority, saying that after the Brexit deal, the United States and Britain would be free to trade agreements with each other and that the trade agreements were signed with European countries. Many times larger and more profitable. German Chancellor Angela Merkel also congratulated Boris Johnson and said the victory had created hope for a successful Brexit deal. France and the European Union also congratulated Boris Johnson for the victory.
15 Pakistani-born candidates also succeeded
In these British elections, British nationals of Pakistan participated not only as voters but also as candidates in the run-up to the polls. 15 Pakistani-born candidates won the election, of which 9 were from the Labor Party and 5 were, Conservative candidates.
Successful Pakistani-born candidates include Naz Shah, Khalid Mehmood, Yasmin Qureshi, Afzal Khan, Tahir Ali, Mohammad Yasin, Imran Hussain, Zara Sultana and Shabana Mahmood of the Labor Party, while Pakistani-born Nusrat Ghani, Imran Ahmed, on behalf of the Conservative Party. Sajid Javed, Rehman Chishti, and Saqib Bhatti were successful.
70 Muslim candidates field for the first time in the UK general election
On the other hand, for the first time in the general election in the UK, 70 Muslim candidates were taking part, compared to 47 in the last election. The majority of these candidates belong to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Kurdish race. It is expected that 24 of them will be able to reach the parliament which will be the largest ever.
The Labor Party has given tickets to a record 33 Pakistani-born British candidates. They include Mohammad Yasin from Bedford, Shabana Mahmood from Birmingham, Yasmin Qureshi from Bolton South East and Afzal Khan from Manchester. Faisal Rasheed, Dr. Rosina Ellen Khan, Roshan Ara Ali and Ropa Haq are also expected to win the election. Sajid Javed, Nusrat Ghani, and Saqib Bhatti are the top Pakistani nominees from the Conservative Party.
According to Exit Polls, the Conservative Party is likely to get 368 seats. Under the Exit Poll, whenever a voter goes out with his / her vote, he/she is requested to submit his / her opinion by submitting a ballot paper which clearly indicates the likely outcome.
A three percent increase in the value of the British pound
A three percent increase in the value of the British pound! According to the British Broadcasting Agency, the British pound’s value increased by three percent as soon as the results of the exit poll were announced. The pound’s appreciation against the euro has reached a three-year high. Prime Minister Boris Johnson described Briggs as the center of his election campaign, saying that if given another chance in the 2019 general elections, he would expel Britain from the European Union by January 31, 2020.
The issue of separation from the European Union, that is, is the most important issue of the general election which has led to re-election. Implementation has been subject to a deadlock since the 2016 Brexit referendum and thus the situation is likely to be clear after the recent general election.
The issue involved differences between the two major parties in Britain. Current Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party wants the UK’s immediate withdrawal from the European Union, while Labor Party chief Jeremy Corbyn wants another referendum on the issue.