London, February 13 (Europe Press) –
Rishi Sunak was appointed as the new Minister of Finance and Head of the Treasury of the United Kingdom by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as part of a cabinet reshuffle and following the resignation of Sajid Javid, who had held the position since last year. July.
Sunak, 39, whose appointment has already been approved by the Queen of England, has been UK Chancellor of the Exchequer since July 2019.
As the British BBC reported, the British Finance Minister until now, Sajid Javid, resigned from his position on Thursday, after expressing his opposition to the changes in his ministry ordered by Boris Johnson.
Javid, who took over the management of the British Treasury last July after being responsible for the Home Affairs portfolio during the Theresa May government, was scheduled to present the budgets next month.
According to informed sources reported by the British Public Broadcasting Corporation, Javid was going to resign from his position in response to the Prime Minister’s demand “to dismiss all his special advisors and replace them with others from Number 10 (Downing Street) to form a single team.” “.”
The sources added, “The advisor said that no self-respecting minister would agree to such conditions.”
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