Rome – British Prime Minister Boris JohnsonHe sought to capitalize on electoral power by drafting a legislative program aimed at strengthening the post-Pandemic economy and eliminating tensions that threaten the unity of the country. Introduced a package that includes about 30 bills Queen Elizabeth II He began the new parliamentary session by delivering his regular annual address to the House of Lords.
The ceremony, which was held in a scale-format format due to an epidemic, was the Queen’s first major public event since her husband Prince Philip’s funeral last month. A single throne was placed under the golden canopy. In the past there were two, one for the queen and the other for the wife. “My government’s priority is to ensure a national recovery from the pandemic that makes Britain stronger, healthier and richer than ever.”, The Queen said in the House of Lords.
Elizabeth, who was not wearing a mask, was accompanied in the chamber by her daughter, Prince Charles. He preached slowly in front of a small and distant audience, first subject to a Kovid test.
Johnson and his cabinet compiled a list of proposals after the lockdowns and restrictions that led to the UK’s deepest recession in three centuries. The government is facing new demands for independence from Scotland and the turmoil in Northern Ireland over the post-Brexit trade agreement between London and Brussels.
Prior to Elizabeth’s speech, Johnson announced plans to provide access to lifelong learning for all to ensure that workers have the skills needed by employers. The government also plans to revise the planning rules to speed up the construction of new houses. “These new laws are the fuel needed to balance this country and ensure equal opportunities for all.”In a statement issued before the speech, Johnson said: “We know that the right skills and training are the way to better and better paid jobs.”. The Labor Party has challenged Conservatives to bring in executive plan to create jobs.
The summit between government leaders from the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to discuss issues related to the epidemic and the controversial Crime Bill in the last Parliament came amid controversy. He feared that the police would be given too much power. Johnson later told the House of Commons that he would launch an investigation into the government’s handling of the epidemic. A theory he initially rejected several times.(Lapress / AP)