"With this coalition, this situation in parliament, I cannot fulfil the expectations of the people. I would be able to fulfil them after an election," Sarec told a news conference.
It comes after the prime minister’s most senior aide refused to apologise for his trip to Durham and Barnard Castle, the latter of which was allegedly to test his eyesight during his recovery from coronavirus.
Kyrgyzstan’s President Sooronbai Jeenbekov said on Friday he was ready to resign once a new cabinet was appointed to end the power vacuum in the Central Asian nation gripped by unrest since opposition supporters
“All political lives [...] end in failure,” once said Enoch Powell. He lived in different times, of course (the Windrush generation had not long arrived back then, instead of later being deported by accident.)