The prospect of Britains Prime Ministers early general election motion being vetoed by Parliament is still worrying.

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 The prospect of Britains Prime Ministers early general election motion being vetoed by Parliament is still worrying.


Overseas Network, September 10, according to Sky News, UK, 10, reported that British Prime Minister Boris Johnsons motion to hold an early general election, did not get two-thirds of the vote, was again rejected by the British Parliament. Johnsons efforts to break the deadlock on Britains exit from Europe have again been frustrated.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a setback on the evening of the 4th, when his motion for early elections was rejected by the House of Commons on the same day.

In addition, the House of Lords of the British Parliament passed a bill aimed at preventing no agreement to leave Europe on 6, which was approved by Queen Elizabeth II on Monday (9), which means that Johnsons plan to allow Britain to leave Europe without agreement on 31 October will not be implemented at the legal level.

Foreign media have previously reported that British parliamentarians are planning to pass legislation to force Prime Minister Johnson to postpone Britains exit from Europe until January 31 next year unless he can reach a new agreement with the European Union by mid-October.

The deadlock on Britains exit from Europe has not been solved. In April 2019, the EU formally agreed to the British request to extend the final date of the EU exit to October 31. Since the new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson took office, he has taken a clear and tough stand on the issue of de-Europe. He has repeatedly stressed that, in any way, he will lead Britain out of Europe by October 31. On 28 August, he submitted a request for parliamentary adjournment, which was approved by the Queen of England.

A spokesman for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the British Parliament would adjourn later on 9 October local time until 14 October. Public opinion criticized Johnsons move to squeeze parliamentary time and set obstacles for parliamentarians to prevent the government from leaving Europe without an agreement. From the current situation, the outlook for Britain to leave Europe is still worrying.

Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Zhou Xinyi_NB12002