Liz Truss is under criticism. Reason: Your planned participation in all of the Queen’s funeral services.
The basics in brief
- The British criticize Liz Truss’ desire to attend all of the Queen’s funeral ceremonies.
- So Downing Street had to justify itself in a statement.
Concerning the funeral ceremonies of the deceased queen he is British Prime Minister Liz Truss subjected to criticism. Comments in the British press on Sunday said Truss wanted it King Charles III Accompany them at various ceremonies to benefit from nationwide mourning and sympathy for the royal family.
After that, her office issued a statement confirming that the prime minister “is not accompanied by the king and is not on tour.” The day before, Downing Street had announced that Truss would attend Charles’ funerals in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. She is not obligated to do so, but she believes that her presence in this moment of national mourning is important.
The Guardian wrote that the idea caused “some frowns”. A Financial Times journalist commented: “I can see that this helps Liz Truss. I can’t see how that is. King Charles You must help.”
Funerals in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales
Charles III, who was officially declared king on Saturday. He will attend a funeral at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Monday. A memorial service will be held in the northern Irish capital Belfast on Tuesday, and a ceremony attended by Charles is scheduled to be held in Wales on Friday.
Elizabeth II died Thursday at the age of 96 in her Scottish country home, Balmoral Castle. Two days earlier, she had appointed Truss as the new British Prime Minister there.
The State funeral serviceHeads of State and Government and representatives of royal families from around the world are expected to take place on September 19 at Westminster Abbey in London. then queen He was buried at Windsor Castle with close family.
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