|asked to resign||辞任を求めた|
|decided to resign||辞任することを決めた|
|forced to resign||辞任を余儀なくされた|
|threatened to resign||辞任する恐れがある|
· Wednesday briefing: Tory revolt over Cummings piles pressure on PM →
A junior minister has resigned and more than 30 other Conservative MPs have called for Cummings to go, many citing anger among their constituents.
The China Post
· Spread of coronavirus fuels corruption in Latin America →
From Argentina to Panama, a number of officials have been forced to resign as reports of fraudulent purchases of ventilators, masks and other medical supplies pile up.
The China Post
· Brazil envoy to U.S. praises warning, aid despite travel ban →
His successor, Nelson Teich, spent less than a month in charge and resigned after refusing to promote the use of chloroquine to treat patients, as Bolsonaro desired.
The Japan Times
· U.K.’s Boris Johnson faces mounting fury for backing top aide Dominic Cummings over lockdown breach →
While Ross is not a big name in the government, his decision to go public and resign has unleashed a fresh wave of criticism of Johnson’s handling of the row.
· In shift of stance, ruling party presses lawmaker-elect Yoon to clarify scandal →
If she resigns before the official start of the new parliamentary term Saturday, her proportional representation seat could be handed over to another party member.
· UK PM Johnson faces growing rebellion over aide’s lockdown trip →
Dozens of Conservative lawmakers have now demanded the controversial adviser quit or be sacked while Douglas Ross, a minister for Scotland, resigned in protest, as a political crisis that has dominated the headlines for days continued unabated.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
A junior minister resigns, while the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, a former chief whip and a former attorney general are among the Tory MPs to publicly call for Cummings to leave his Downing Street post.
· California gives OK for hair salons, barber shops to reopen in parts of the state →
The principal deputy in the Defense Department’s office of inspector general, Glenn Fine, resigned Tuesday, more than a month after he was sidelined as the top watchdog overseeing coronavirus relief funds.
The Wall Street Journal
· Pentagon Watchdog Official Resigns After His Demotion by Trump →
A top watchdog at the Pentagon resigned Tuesday, weeks after President Trump effectively removed him as the leader of a panel overseeing $2 trillion in pandemic stimulus funds.