Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Humza Yousaf was voted in as Scotland’s new first minister on Tuesday, March 28.
Yousaf won the majority with 71 votes, receiving backing from fellow SNP members as well as Scottish Green Party members. In his speech following the announcement, Yousaf promised to work tirelessly for Scotland and its people, “stand up for parliament,” and “against any attempts to undermine devolution.”
Yousaf, who was born in Glasgow, is both the youngest and the first Muslim first minister of Scotland. Credit: Scottish Parliament via Storyful