Raised the order for the last time: Here is his replacement

Lindsay Hoyle is the new chairman of the british parliament. It writes The Guardian. John Bercow, who is well known for its characteristic 'order, order',

Raised the order for the last time: Here is his replacement

Lindsay Hoyle is the new chairman of the british parliament. It writes The Guardian. John Bercow, who is well known for its characteristic 'order, order',

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
04 November 2019 Monday 16:00
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Raised the order for the last time: Here is his replacement

Lindsay Hoyle is the new chairman of the british parliament.

It writes The Guardian.

John Bercow, who is well known for its characteristic 'order, order', left his position as chairman of the british parliament, after ten years on the post 31. October. And now his replacement is found.

All nine people had signed up as candidates to take over for John Bercow.

John Bercow stopped as president of the european parliament 31. October. Photo: Jessica Taylor/Ritzau Scanpix

in Order to be formally set, they had to have backing from at least 12 members, including three from a different party than their own.

Seven of them came through the eye of the needle and therefore had to keep brandtaler in the british parliament on Monday afternoon.

Members of parliament voted for several laps, whom they saw as the new president.

After several rounds of the election ended on Lindsay Hoyle, when he stood back, with over half of the votes.

In all there were four rounds, and Lindsay Hoyle got 112 votes more than Chris Bryant, who got andenflest votes in the round.

total voted 540 members of the parliament in the last and decisive round.

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Updated: 04.11.2019 16:00
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