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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party during the country’s first coronavirus lockdown. A Labor Party leader says the prime minister should now step down over his ridiculous lies and excuses. Please note that this is not the first sentence. Rather, many times before this, the heads of state of many countries have apologized for their statements and mistakes. Read about the powerful women leaders who apologize…
apologized for misuse of position
Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye has been accused of corruption and abuse of office. Due to this, in the year 2016, he was removed from the post by impeachment. He was also sentenced to 24 years in prison. In the year 2017, he was arrested and put in jail. After his capture, there were many protests here.
Violence also took place during the protests that lasted for several months. He was released after 5 years of imprisonment in December 2021. He had apologized several times before his impeachment. He had also admitted on a TV channel that whatever he is suffering, it is happening because of his mistake.
The decision of lockdown was taken back
On 22 November 2005, Angela Merkel was the first woman to become Chancellor of Germany. During his record tenure, he gained acclaim abroad and immense popularity in the country. He had to withdraw the decision of lockdown imposed to stop Corona. For this people apologized.
Failed to reach the point of Brexit
Former British Mayor and Prime Minister Theresa May had failed to take Brexit to its end. Due to this, he had to leave the post in the year 2019. In 2017, Theresa May apologized for presiding over one of her party’s worst parliamentary election defeats.
Martha Stewart expressed regret
Celebrity media personality Martha Stewart was convicted in 2004 of lying to investigators about a stock sale. He was sentenced to five months in prison. He apologized for this. Martha Stewart said it was “a shame for me and my family, and for the company I love.”
Bill Clinton Justin Trudeau Apologizes
Former US President Bill Clinton’s name was associated with a scandal. After a long denial, he confessed to the charges. At the same time, in September 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines called President Barack Obama the “Son of a Hour” in a press conference. After this, he issued a statement expressing regret.
Apart from this, in October 2015, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in an interview apologized for the mistakes related to the Iraq attack. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was also in the news for the ‘blackface’ controversy. In the end, he said that he was sorry for hurting people.