The Parlament d’Escòcia has re-elected Nicola Sturgeon as Prime Minister in a vote that dimarts. Sturgeon goes guanyar les eleccions del passat 6 de maig, advisguint 64 escons pel Partit Nacional Escocès (SNP). Segons explained in a speech to the Holyrood parliament in Edinburgh, the priorities of the seu proper government will be the sorting out of the pandemic, the economic and social recovery and the Lluita pel dret to a nou referendum on independence. Sturgeon will assume the post of prime minister in 2014, after the defeat of the ‘yes’ in the referendum and the resignation of the party leader Alex Salmond. L’any vinent is to become the person who has been in the car for the most time.
In the final vote, the leader of the Conservatives, Douglas Ross, and the Liberal Democrats, Willie Rennie, have also opted for the investiture, who have voted 31 and four votes, respectively. Sturgeon has advised the 64 suports de l’SNP, i laboristes i verds s’han abstingut. Sturgeon has said that he assumedix the càrrec with a “great responsibility and sentit of deure”. The Scottish leader has affirmed that the public health system, the economy and the health of women will be central to the government’s program, as well as the debate on the future. Per a Sturgeon, “tothom a Escòcia mereix have the dret a dir-hi la seva”. “The futur d’Escòcia has to be a tria d’Escòcia”.