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Johnson ignoraría la moción de censura para salir el 31 de octubre

#55 The Prime Minister is not directly elected. Instead, the public vote for a single Member of Parliament, a representative from their constituency. There are 650 MPs in total. If one political party has a majority in the Commons, then the leader of that party will be appointed Prime Minister. Otherwise, party leaders will attempt to form a coalition or lead a minority government. Whoever has the support of the most Members of Parliament will generally be the Prime Minister. Note that the monarch's role is purely constitutional, they cannot simply pick their favourite.

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Va a ser que no.
#94 No hay ninguna ley que asi lo diga. Es lo que aqui se llama "convention rather than constitution".

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