British local government election or become Teresas off Europe stand touchstone

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 British local government election or become Teresas off Europe stand touchstone


British media analyzed that voters will take this opportunity to judge the position of the conservative government led by Prime Minister Teresa May in the process of Britains withdrawal from the European Union. The pre election poll showed that the conservative party was in danger of choosing some of the electoral districts, such as losing some of the main positions, which could further crack down on Teresa Mays inner party prestige and block the governments leading off Europe agenda. In May 3rd, British Prime Minister Teresa May (left two) and her husband Philip May (right two) went to the polling station to vote in London, England. Xinhua News Agency The local councils or municipal councils bear the responsibilities of local governments and provide public services for the daily life of the citizens. The election involves seats in 4371 local councils in England, with slightly over 4 seats in the Greater London area. The 2 survey of the London based electoral survey showed that the opposition Labour Party was 20 percentage points ahead of the conservative party. The 32 London autonomous city parliamentary seats in the Greater London region face a change. The Conservatives are in the majority of the 8 autonomous Municipal Councils. If the polls are accurate, the conservative party will lose control of some of the electoral districts. The Reuters reports that the election may reflect voters dissatisfaction with the Conservative Partys many governance performance, such as the government spending on public projects to cut down on the daily lives of the citizens, and to the deeming and immigration policies. The Westminster council of the big London political center has been controlled by the Conservative Party since its establishment in 1964. If it turns to the Labour Party, the Reuters reports that it will have great symbolic significance. Electoral analysis shows that to achieve this change, 8.8% voters need to change their position. Outside London, only 1/3 seats in some constituencies are changed. The Trafford autonomous Town Council in the Greater Manchester area of North China has been controlled by the Conservative Party since 2004. It is one of the main Battlegrounds of the labour party. The Conservative Party has 33 seats in the 63 seats in the constituency and loses control of two seats. In the eastern city of Peter bull, the Tory party had the largest number of seats in the city council but did not reach the majority. In the referendum on off Europe, 61% of voters in this constituency supported Britains off Europe. The British independence party, which has an anti EU stance, has a clear advantage in the past, but the public opinion support rate after the referendum has gone from bad to worse. The conservative party is expected to draw some votes from it and control the constituency. Another deo vote? Unlike the 2016 deo referendum or the British House of Commons elections, local elections not only open to British citizens, but also allow citizens of other European countries to vote in electoral districts that are permanent and registered. About 3 million 700 thousand of the other European Union members living in the United Kingdom become a potential force to influence the election. Some pro European lobby groups have appealed to EU citizens to vote actively to express their dissatisfaction with the British governments off Europe plan. The voting rate of local elections is often low, and the EU citizens are more likely to be heard if they speak with one voice. Ensuring the rights of citizens in the UK and EU is a key issue in the process of negotiations between Britain and the EU. In the UK, the EU lobby group 3 million launched the commitment to the European Union civil rights campaign and encouraged voters to support those candidates who joined the campaign. Majk Bohn, founder of the 3 million, told Agence France-Presse, this is a call for help saved by the mouth. No one in Britain has really said that its not supposed to keep the civil rights of the European Union, he said. You think the door is open, but the current government has refused to protect our rights. For example, some citizens of the Commonwealth countries emigrated to Britain from childhood, and now they are questioned and even face the threat of being expelled. People do not know what will happen in the future. They feel homeless and vulnerable. Italian Christina Tegolo is preparing to represent the Liberal Democratic Party and compete in the electoral district of northern Manchester. Near the beginning of the vote, she still canvassed in the streets, appealed to support the left Europe voters to vote for Pro EU party, not the LDP is the green party. But Tegolos wish is not easy to achieve. She told Agence France-Presse: the British are sometimes very ashamed of the results of the referendum, but in real life we are not the main problem for them (in the UK EU citizens). Some people will ask, why do you ask for more rights than us? It is not easy to convince the EU citizens. She said Italy, France and Spaniards know more about the situation, but when visiting the Polish communities, they found few people know or understand the problems they may face, language barriers and high mobility in the community may affect voting enthusiasm. Source: Xinhua editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Italian Christina Tegolo is preparing to represent the Liberal Democratic Party and compete in the electoral district of northern Manchester. Near the beginning of the vote, she still canvassed in the streets, appealed to support the left Europe voters to vote for Pro EU party, not the LDP is the green party. But Tegolos wish is not easy to achieve. She told Agence France-Presse: the British are sometimes very ashamed of the results of the referendum, but in real life we are not the main problem for them (in the UK EU citizens). Some people will ask, why do you ask for more rights than us? It is not easy to convince the EU citizens. She said Italy, France and Spaniards know more about the situation, but when visiting the Polish communities, they found few people know or understand the problems they may face, language barriers and high mobility in the community may affect voting enthusiasm.