The postponed vote on the Brexit agreement in the British Parliament is a week in the third of January (14.01.) take place. The Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Monday in Parliament. The debate will continue in the week before.
May had actually, for the 11. In December, the referendum in the last Moment, because a significant defeat loomed. She hopes however, that they can prevail with their Brexit-Deal in Parliament. But it seems now more than doubtful.
A vote of confidence in their group shortly afterwards, the head of government won, but more than a third of conservative MPs expressed their distrust. A way out is not in sight.
threatens the Brussels negotiated agreement Should be rejected by Parliament, threatens to, on 29. March 2019, a unregulated Brexit, with incalculable consequences for the economy and Chaos in many areas of life. The British voters had voted in June 2016, with a narrow majority for the exit of the UK from the EU.
A second Brexit Referendum of the British policy would add to the words of May "irreparable damage". It would split the country in addition, "more", say it in pre-released extracts of a speech by Mays. A second referendum would cause "the integrity of our policy, irreparable damage".
A second Referendum on an exit of great Britain from the EU would bring the country further. It is the country would rather columns "at exactly the Moment in which we should work to unite it".
criticism of Johnson
the Sharp criticism of the demand for a second Referendum, an Ex-practicing-foreign Minister, Boris Johnson. Those who call for a repetition of the vote, had become "crazy", wrote the Brexit-hard-liners in his on Monday published a weekly column for the newspaper "Daily Telegraph". A second vote would entail "immediate, deep, and indelible feelings of fraud".
The British had spoken in 2016 in a referendum with a narrow majority in favour of leaving the European Union. May tried now, the Parliament in London, from Brussels negotiated exit to persuade the agreement. In the Brexit-Chaos in the UK demands for a new Referendum are always loud, even in may's Cabinet.
Violent quarrel with Blair
advocates of a second vote, the former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, May had delivered at the weekend an extraordinary public dispute. Blair's call for a second Referendum was "an insult to the office he held once, and of the people, which he once served," said May.
Blair responded promptly and described it as "irresponsible", to the members of the British house of Commons, forcing the EU negotiated Brexit agreement. "It would be sensible to allow Parliament to all offered forms of Brexit vote." There is no agreement, should again be the people interviewed. (nag/sda)
Created: 17.12.2018, 17:30 PM