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The EU's chief negotiator: Avtalslöst Brexit draws near

the Mess around the Brexit showed no signs of being clarified in the course of Tuesday, and the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, are increasingly beginning to despair. The risk is all the greater for a crash out of the EU, according to Barnier.

– No contract was never our desire or the scenario we had in mind, but the EU27 is now prepared. For each day that passes it becomes more likely.

it is now up to the uk parliament to decide how they want to the Uk's withdrawal. And they only have an agreement to choose it as Theresa May has negotiated with the EU, he fixed. An agreement that has been voted down three times in the parliament.

– There is only one contract available - this, said Barnier, and waved with utträdesavtalet.

The agreement not to renegotiate, according to Barnier. However, he opened that the EU may consider recasting the political declaration between the united kingdom and the EUROPEAN union as included in the skilsmässopaketet. For example, the EU is open to united kingdom, several mps have suggested, is left in the EU's customs union or adopts a solution similar to the Norwegian.

until april 12, to show what the country wants. If an agreement is not voted through then crashes the country out of the EU, provided that is not May request that it be given a longer time to come up with something - and that it is granted by the EU.

Theresa May. Photo: Tolga Akmen/AFP

The latter is far from certain. Barnier noted that a further postponement of the utträdesdatumet comes with a price tag, among other things, in the form of increased uncertainty in the business world. Similar signals came from the French president, Emmanuel Macron after a meeting with the Irish prime minister, mr Leo Varadkar said that the Uk cannot take for granted that the EU is going to shoot on the date a longer period of time.

Then need to the Uk have a valid reason, according to Macron. Such could e.g. be a new election or other referendum in the united kingdom.

the EU-friendly forces in the british parliament their fight to prevent a crash out of the EU, which is predicted to lead to chaos. On Monday, Labourpolitikern Yvette Cooper that she of the week is planning to put forward a proposal that makes it impossible for the Uk to leave the EU without an agreement.

Under the proposal, the government is forced to request an extension of the EU-exit if no agreement is in place 12 april. The proposal is a rash of cross-party cooperation, and also has the support of the Toryparlamentariker who advocate a softer line towards the EU.

get a majority in parliament is, however, unclear. The house of commons during the whole of the Brexitprocessen been a show of disagreement. There are no proposals for the withdrawal seems to satisfy a majority. After that the baton went over to the house of commons and parliamentarians had the opportunity to put forward its own proposal for an exit in the indicative votes have all twelve proposals have been voted down.

the Greatest support seems a proposal for continued membership in the EU customs union, and have the additional non-binding votes are to be carried out during Wednesday.

on Tuesday, put the british government in emergency meeting to plan the next steps in the Brexitprocessen. When this article was written they had not yet come out.

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