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Brexit is at a standstill again

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The Brexit situation is again at an impasse. The British Parliament opposed the agreement with the EU in the form in which it is formulated today.

At the same time, he is categorically against the “hard” option – that is, withdrawal without agreement. September 4, the postponement of Brexit in the absence of an agreement with the EU was supported by the lower house of parliament – the House of Commons.

The EU refuses to revise the agreement. And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists on leaving the EU before October 31 – it does not matter if the agreement is signed or not. He also said that he would seek early parliamentary elections – they should be held on October 15, 2019.

“If this bill is passed, – said Johnson, referring to a ban on the withdrawal from the EU without an agreement – That government will be impossible to carry out their duties on the part of Brexit. Therefore should be held elections, they must be assigned to Tuesday, October 15th. Now the country must decide who, the leader of the opposition or I, will go to Brussels to negotiate with the EU.”

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