to postpone the vote on the Uk's divorce agreement with the EU, trying Theresa May to avoid the humiliating defeat, as everyone figured she would get in the morning, says Malene Wind to Ekstra Bladet.
The Danish professor and director of the Centre for European politics at the Department of political science considers that it was an attempt to save his own skin, to the british prime minister on Monday afternoon chose the somewhat unexpected solution is not to cancel the final vote on the skilsmisseaftalen with the EU, but instead defer the pain.
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Later in the week will Theresa May will meet with his european colleagues and find out when the final divorce agreement must now be laid before the parliament.
On the country when to get skilsmisseaftalen in the house before christmas, which was on the wish list, is now completely open.
- Whether it will be in the next week or in January, is nobody knows yet. No one has a clue what she thinks. But she must obviously spend more time to try to get some concessions from his european colleagues and convince them that they still need to facilitate a little on their requirements, if there shall be an agreement in the house.
And it believes Malene Wind, the other european countries will be willing to, even if they have long claimed the opposite.
- For the other EU-countries is now desperate to get rid of the british, to say it bluntly. There is choice in the european parliament on just a little while, and you would like to go ahead now. It here draws just the agony, she says.
- What will it mean for the whole brexit process, she exposes the agony?
- It exposes that it is one big chaos in the Uk, and that you don't know what you voted on in its time. No one can find the up and down on brexit in the here time. Politicians have seriously shot itself in the foot by throwing out the vote.
No one knew what they were voting on, then brexit was adopted, and now no one can look the other way than the direct highway to the total economic downturn. Especially for all the many people who do not have much to do well with. The rich have already moved their money out of the country. It is the poorest who will pay the highest price, so this exhibits policy, when it is worst.
Did you expected, she would choose this solution?
- I had thought she would had taken the defeat and then tried again. Now she chooses then to try to avoid defeat - perhaps also to avoid a referendum. For she had got a clear dolkestød in the day, had a referendum been the next step. It will she avoid because she will split the country.
- What is going to happen now?
- It is completely open. It is there nobody knows. But until next vote will the debate be about the british, so should have a referendum, or simply a new choice, sounds malene's Winds assessment.