Overseas Network December 18, according to the Associated Press news, 17 local time, British Prime Minister Teresa May said in a speech that Parliament will start on January 14 next year within a week of the de-European vote.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) also reported that the vote should have taken place on December 11 last week. But at the last minute, the British Prime Minister realized that legislators had a tendency to reject the de-Europe agreement and decided to cancel the original vote.
It is reported that the parliamentary debate on de-Europe will be reopened on January 7 next year after the Christmas holidays.
According to a previous report by Overseas. com, the final entry into force of the de-EU agreement requires the consent of the British House of Commons, parliamentary legislation, the consent of EU countries and the approval of the European Parliament. According to British law, the consent of the House of Commons is a prerequisite for the British government to implement the de-EU agreement, so the attitude of the House of Commons has become a decisive factor in whether the existing de-EU agreement can enter the next step.
Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143