Media: Johnson may announce early elections this week

This topic should be discussed at a government meeting, scheduled for the second half of Monday, noted columnist Bi-bi-si Laura Kuenssberg.

LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may this week announce his intention to hold early parliamentary elections in the country. This was announced on his Twitter page columnist for the British Broadcasting Corporation Bi-bi-si Laura Kuenssberg.

“As I understand it, there is a real possibility that Johnson could propose to Parliament, asking MPs this week to call a General election, but the final decision has not yet been made,” Kuennsberg wrote. A large number of rumors in the government and Parliament of the United Kingdom that Johnson may call an election, also reported by political observers of the Guardian newspaper and Sky News.

According to Kuenssberg, this topic should be discussed at a government meeting, scheduled for the second half of Monday.

The UK was due to leave the EU on 29 March 2019, two years after giving written notice of withdrawal from the community. However, members of the house of Commons of the British Parliament three times rejected the draft agreement on the terms of “Brexit,” reached between Brussels and the government of Prime Minister Theresa May. As a result, the EU agreed to postpone Brexit first in April or May, then – on October 31, and May was forced to resign, unable to bring the situation out of the impasse. After she left the seat of the British Prime Minister took Johnson, who promised to carry out “Brexit” without a deal if Brussels does not agree with the main requirement of London will not exclude it from the position of “backstop” mode stay North of Ireland in the Customs Union of the EU and the European single market after the onset of the transition period “Brexit.”

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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