However, the threat of deputies deputies remains.
Theresa May, the former prime minister, resigned in 2019 when she was told that the 1922 commission had taken a vote to repeal her year-long protection from a second vote.
Andrew Bridgen and Steve Baker, the two Conservative MPs who have called for Mr Johnson’s resignation, have announced they are running for senior positions on the committee.
Six positions for the 1922 commission staff, while the remaining 12 are for positions in the executive branch.
Some of those seeking jobs explicitly promise to change the rules so that Johnson does not have protection for a year, paving the way for another vote in the summer or fall.
Mr Bridgen told The Telegraph: “I will stand on the professional rule-change card. Boris Johnson knows very well that the threat to change the rules convinced Theresa May to step down. He who lives by the sword dies by the sword, as Boris knows well.”
“It will become clear that it will be necessary for the people to vote for a number of candidates for the executive branch who can be reassured to put the party’s interests first instead of the prime minister, who is a burden on the country,” Thani said. so far.”
But the prime minister’s allies hope to push a slate of pro-Johnson candidates to block such a move, while encouraging Parliament’s special secretaries to vote for those figures.
A Whips source from the Conservative Party dismissed allegations that a plot was underway to protect Mr Johnson by influencing the 1922 commission election, calling the allegations “incorrect”.