Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is moving forward in the race to succeed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after a second round of voting to limit the number of candidates lead the Conservative Partywho rules the country.
Altar42 years old, received 101 votes and was again placed ahead of the Secretary of State for Commerce, Penny Mordaunt, who obtained 83 supports. The head of diplomacy Liz Truss, received 64 votes.
State Attorney General Suella Braverman was eliminated with 27 votes while the former British Minister for Equality, Kemi Badenoch and MP Tom Tugendhat are still in contention, with 49 and 32 votes respectively.
There are other calls scheduled for next week. The goal is for two finalists to remain before the parliamentary recess on July 21.
The result will be announced on September 5 after a vote by mail of the adherents to the Conservative Party.
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson resigned on July 7 cornered by a series of scandals and after several ministers of his Government left their posts, including Rishi Sunak.
The polls suggest that Mordaunt can beat Sunak, Truss and the other two candidates left in the running, when after the elimination process is over, the militants vote between two candidates.
But this Army reservist, who holds a lower-ranking commerce secretary job than other candidates, has begun to take a beating from her rivals and is facing fierce attacks.
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