Sunak regrets: UK economy improving but problems remain

Sunak regrets: UK economy improving but problems remain

Rishi Sunak, the leader of the Conservative Party, apologized to the citizens for disappointing them and not meeting the expectations of those who decided to trust him. Sergio Castaño, professor of international relations at the University of California, Berkeley, points out that “Rishi Sunak asks forgiveness from the citizens, and apologizes for disappointing and not meeting the expectations of those who decided to trust him.”

“Rishi Sunak was not an elected president, he was a president directly chosen by the Conservative Party because it was assumed that an economist was needed to solve the situation that the UK was going through,” Castaño explains. His technical profile and experience in economics were expected to be key to solving the country’s economic problems. However, while there has been an improvement in the macroeconomic aspect, it has not had a positive impact on the daily lives of citizens. Castaño believes that “in macroeconomic terms it can be said that the situation in the UK has improved, but all these measures should be reflected in the pockets of the British, and this has not happened.”

In addition to the economic problems, the healthcare system remains a major challenge. “There are also problems in the healthcare system, fundamental problems that cannot be solved in two years and Rishi Sunak has not had the capacity to solve them,” Castaño commented. This lack of improvement in vital sectors has contributed to growing dissatisfaction with Sunak’s government.

The recent change of government, with Labour returning to power after 14 years, also comes in a context of widespread discontent. “After 14 years, Labour is back in power and let’s see, there is talk of a vote on sanction, and this vote on sanction comes a bit from the management of the pandemic, which has already been a real disaster,” Castaño said. The management of the pandemic, marked by the controversial parties in Downing Street led by Boris Johnson, has left a deep mark on public perception.

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