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London: British Prime Minister Liz Truss has for the first time given four key cabinet posts to blacks instead of whites.
Accordingly, Liz Truss has chosen Kwasi Kwarteng, who is a black person, as the British finance minister for the first time. His parents immigrated to Britain from Ghana in the 1960s. Similarly, Liz Truss appointed another black man, James Cleverley, as Secretary of State.
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Cleverly’s mother is from Sierra Leone, West Africa, and his father is white. During the election campaign, he openly talked about the atrocities he suffered as a mixed race child and wanted the party to do more for black voters.
Similarly, Shula Braverman, who is a native of Tamil Nadu, has been appointed as British Home Secretary in Liz Truss Cabinet. Subsequently, Priti Patel, an Indian-origin Home Secretary in the Boris Johnson regime, resigned from her post.
Chula Braverman is a woman of Indian origin who hails from Tamil Nadu. His mother Uma hails from Tamil Nadu. He settled in England during the 1960s.
At that time, Uma married Christy Fernandez, a Kenyan who had settled in England. Born to this couple was Chula Braverman.
Chula Braverman (42), Conservative MP for Boreham in South East Britain. He served as Attorney General in the government led by former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Leader of the Conservative Party, contested for the post of Prime Minister. He was eliminated in the second round.
Chula, who was appointed Home Secretary in Liz Truss’ cabinet, has said she wants to take advantage of Brexit, deal with outstanding issues and cut taxes. Therese Coffey has been appointed Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Health in Liz Truss’ cabinet.
In recent times the Conservative Party has shown a greater interest in fielding more diverse candidates for Parliament. As part of that, diversity has been increased by giving opportunities to people from different ethnic groups in the Liz Truss cabinet.