Downing Street announced on Tuesday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson would be fined for violating anti-Kovid rules by parties in the ruling circles in 2020 and 2021, calling for his immediate resignation.
His finance minister Rishi Sunak will also be fined for party crimes in power circles in 2020 and 2021 in the “partygate” scandal that rocked the government. The British at the time were urged to drastically reduce their social interactions to combat the spread of COVID-19.
“The Prime Minister and the Treasury Chancellor received a notification today that the police intend to impose fines on them,” the spokesman said.
The Labor opposition responded immediately and demanded the resignation of the head of government and the finance minister.
“Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak repeatedly violated the law and lied to the British that they should both leave. The Tories are completely unfit to rule, “said Labor leader Khair Stormer.
Boris Johnson, whose popularity plummeted in the aftermath of the scandal, made his condolences in front of deputies, but rejected any resignation, calling on police to wait for the end of the investigation.