John Bercow, former Speaker of the House of Commons, leaves the Conservative camp

John Bercow, former Speaker of the House of Commons, leaves the Conservative camp

John Bercow, March 22, 2018 in London. – Alister Grant/Paul/AFP

Former Speaker of the British House of Commons, John Berko Sunday announced the withdrawal of the conservative camp, what launched violent criticism against the Prime Minister
Boris Johnson whose party had become, according to him, “reactionary” and “xenophobic”.

Under Johnson, the Conservative Party has become “reactionary, populist, nationalist and even at times xenophobic” John Berko, 58, in a press interview صحفي observer.

He joined the Conservative Party at the age of 17 and was a Conservative MP for 12 years before being elected Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament in 2009, leaving all party affiliations as required. custom.

After leaving this position in October 2019, he announced his joining the ranks of the opposition Labor Party, which hopes to overthrow the government.

This government must be replaced

“My conclusion is that this government must be replaced. The fact is that the Labor Party is the only means to achieve this goal. There is no other credible option,” explains John Bercow.

About Boris Johnson, considered it “good for the countryside but without a leader” and estimated that “more and more people are tired of lies, are sick of empty slogans”.

When he was ‘anchor’ it was ‘THE THAT! John Bercow’s cry of troubled MPs roamed the world and happiest netizens who were discovering Britain’s parliamentary debates. But his Conservative camp accused him of wanting to block Brexit by making decisions favorable to supporters of keeping the kingdom’. the United States in the European Union.

Responding to the shattered announcement of his rallying to Labour, Attorney General Robert Buckland told Sky News on Sunday that John Bercow had “left the Conservative Party a long time ago”.

On the same TV channel, John Bercow confirmed that his choice “has nothing personal against Boris Johnson”, denouncing the “deep contempt” shown by the Prime Minister towards Parliament and Its “distant relationship” with truth.

After leaving the chick, John Bercow is accused of bullying his squads to the point of harassment, accusations he denies.

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