Great Britain: forming new government

Political collapse in the UK's government

In brief: Governmental elections, held in Britain last Thursday, lead to the expected result: no party got the mandate enough to rein the UK and to form the majority in government.

Great Britain is suffering political crisis while forming new government. Conservative party tries to receive a support of Liberal democrats in order to form the government of minority.

Meantime, the Prime-minister Gordon brown also holds negotiations with the leader of Liberal democrats.
Thus, the UK is now in the middle of “political trades”. Specialists, however, predict that there are a few chances of having the government formed until Monday, May, 10.

Governmental elections, held in Britain last Thursday, lead to the expected result: no party got the mandate enough to rein the UK and to form the majority in government. The winner – Conservative party got 306 seats in the House of Commons. In order to form the government of majority, however, it is in need of 20 mandates more. Labour party is the second one with 258 mandates, Liberal democrats got 57 seats and the rest of 28 mandates belong to independent deputies.

Maria Velikanova
2010-05-08 17:21, Society.

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