Johnson’s former adviser says “the government failed” and apologizes for mistakes in the pandemic

Dominic Cummings, who appears this Wednesday before two parliamentary committees that are investigating the management of the health crisis.

Controversial Dominic Cummings, former adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, asked on Wednesday sorry for the “mistakes” made by the Government and by him same after the outbreak of the pandemic and considered that the Executive “failed” in its management.

“When the citizens needed us the most, the government failed. I would like to say to all the families of those who passed away unnecessarily how sorry I am for the mistakes made and for my own mistakes, “said the one who was” right hand man “of Johnson.

Cummings, who appears this Wednesday before two parliamentary committees that are investigating the management of the health crisis after its outbreak in March 2020, said that both deputies, ministers, officials and advisers “they failed disastrously when it comes to meeting the standards that citizens have the right to expect “from them.