The election process for the successor to the British Prime Minister of Theresa May begins today.
May left Friday for the ruling Conservative Party, which also ceases to be a prime minister, but until his successor, that is, expected for at least one and a half months, holds executive and party leadership.
Members wishing to apply for the leadership of the Conservative Party may indicate their departure intentions to the relevant faction board by Monday at 5 pm, 18:00 CET.
The official list of successor candidates is expected to be published in the evening after the deadline expires.
In the first phase of the election process, the faction reduces the number of candidates to two by a series of votes.
The first round of voting will be held on Thursday, the next one on 18, 19 and 20 June.
Out of the last two candidates remaining in the competition – if none of them return to the other – 160,000 registered members of the Conservative Party can elect Theresa May’s successor, who will be the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
According to the current schedule, the winner of the leadership election will take over the post of party leader on 22 July and may then inform the government of its intention to form a government. Queen Elizabeth.
For the time being, the offspring of offspring candidates are currently 11 people, but the number of staff may be expanding by Monday evening.