Brexit must be deferred.
In the first instance, to 30. June of this year. It has the british parliament decided to go for Thursday night. It is made by a vote with stemmetallet 412 - 202.
Prior to the hovedafstemningen took four votes on the various amendments place.
Most striking was the proposal that the house of Commons should work to get a new referendum on the brexit put able.
It fell with a crash, when Labour, which would otherwise support a new vote, chose to refrain from voting on the proposal at the present time.
After the House decision to ask Theresa May go for a postponement of the brexit, it is now up to EU heads of state and government to decide whether they will accept the british parliament's decision.
Theresa May will first travel to the EU summit next week to ask for the postponement.
the Day before will, Theresa May, after all, to judge - again, again - put its agreement with the EU to a vote in the house of commons.
If the agreement is rejected for the third time, and the parliament not voted for a udtrædelsesaftale, will May ask for a longer postponement.
The solution, EU president, Donald Tusk, has already indicated that he will be open to. The question now is whether it is possible to achieve unanimity among all 27 heads of state and government in the european UNION.
OVERVIEW: the British will stay the two years of brexit-countdown
The british parliament votes Thursday evening for a postponement of brexit. Thus there is laid up for further negotiations with the european UNION, whose member countries must approve a delay before it is a reality.
The option opened, EU president Donald Tusk earlier Thursday.
Thus, the process of british withdrawal from the european UNION to continue even longer than previously anticipated.
Here follows a timeline of the complex process:
* 23. June 2016: In a referendum the votes of 52 percent of the british to leave the EU. 48 percent of votes to be.
* 29. march 2017: the united kingdom shall notify the official UNION, that the country will opt out of cooperation. It puts time in a two-year countdown to a british EU-exit.
* 12. July 2018: Prime minister Theresa May presents a long-awaited white paper setting out plans for future relations with the EU.
* 25. november: the EU's heads of state and government approves a terms concluded with the british government.
* 15. January 2019: The british parliament rejects the agreement.
* 11. march 2019: Theresa May and the EU-kommissionschef Jean-Claude Juncker presents an adjusted agreement.
* 12. march 2019: the Parliament in London to reject the new edition.
* 13. march 2019: the Parliament rejects a brexit without agreement.
* 14. march 2019: the european Parliament votes to ask the EU for a suspension of brexit from 29. march, which according to the previous plan is the Uk's last day in the EU.
Sources: the Danish parliament's EU Information, told Reuters.read more Close