Sep. 8 () –
The newly appointed British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, has shown her condolences for the death of Queen Elizabeth II and has pointed to the beginning of “a new era” with the arrival of her son, the now King Charles III, to the throne.
“We are entering a new era in our history just as her majesty would have wished. God save the king,” Truss said as the culmination of a brief speech at the gates of Downing Street, where he recalled the figure of the late monarch.
Thus, the ‘premier’ has put in value the figure of Elizabeth II for her “long life of service”, something that served her the compliments not only of the British population, but of citizens “all over the world.” “Queen Elizabeth II provided us with the stability and strength we needed,” she insisted.
In this line, she has recognized that the monarch has been “a personal inspiration” both for her and for so many other Britons. “Her devotion to duty is a motivation for everyone,” she said.
Finally, Truss has pointed out that, “despite mourning the loss” of Elizabeth II, the British must now rally around the hitherto crown prince to “support him in the responsibility” he must now face.