Theresa May: Britain Will Leave The European Union According to Schedule
Thursday, 28 February 2019 11:45 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

Prime Minister Theresa Probably said on Wednesday (27/2) that Britain would exit the European Union according to the schedule next month, but there were also those who requested that the vote be transferred to the Brexit move.

It might be somewhat in agreement with the pressure of the conservative party, and would allow a vote to approve the release of Britain on March 29 from the European Union, if the House did not agree.

But it may be someone who opposes the deadline and says the UK will stay out of the European Union if the DPR is brave and firm. Words written in the Daily Mail, negotiations with Europe to change Brexit requirements acceptable to Parliament "have begun to get results."

The British Parliament was opposed to a very large vote last month rejecting an agreement agreed in May with the European Union, on Guarantees to keep borders open

Britain in Northern Ireland with Ireland, which is a member of the European Union.

But the European Union said the agreement agreed with Britain was irreversible, but in a way Europe continued to meet with the British attorney general about relations with Ireland which were intended as a temporary measure.

Yesterday, Theresa May agreed that the DPR must have more authority to protect pro-EU members from leaving the government. He said that the House of Representatives would hold a vote before March 12. If the House rejects, another vote will be held to determine whether Britain will leave the European Union or postpone it for another three months.

The move may enrage pro-Brexit members of the House of Representatives, who fear that any coverage will lead to the failure of Britain to leave the group.

The group, which agrees with Brexit, said the agreement on the border with Ireland would continue to tie Britain to a European trade agreement, and that the agreement would not be able to make new agreements with other countries.

Source : VOA


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