Brexit-the chaos: What can Boris now?

The british brexit-the chaos continues at full blast. With the night's suspension of the lower House of the parliament up to 14. October, as happened during

Brexit-the chaos: What can Boris now?

The british brexit-the chaos continues at full blast. With the night's suspension of the lower House of the parliament up to 14. October, as happened during

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
12 September 2019 Thursday 03:01
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Brexit-the chaos: What can Boris now?

The british brexit-the chaos continues at full blast.

With the night's suspension of the lower House of the parliament up to 14. October, as happened during the chaotic scenes, the prime minister, Boris Johnson and co. just far:

No one has a clue what happens in just eight weeks, when the Uk officially withdraws from the european UNION 31. October.

The british prime minister leaving parliament after a new defeat on the night of Tuesday. Photo: Hannah McKay/Ritzau Scanpix

It, even though the british parliament has officially passed a law to block for a 'no deal'-brexit and postpone the brexit-the date by a further three months.

However, Johnson reiterated the night of Tuesday, that he's not going to go to Brussels to ask for further delays of the british withdrawal from the european UNION after the referendum in June 2016.

The short answer is yes:

Either the british parliament to vote for an agreed divorce with the EU, as the new law agree. So far the house of Commons, however, four times voted down the udtrædelsesaftale with the EU, as former prime minister Theresa May had negotiated. The big stone in the shoe is the so-called 'backstop', which, according to the british parliamentarians will lock the Uk into the EU's trade relationship without the rear edge to prevent a hard border between Ireland and the british controlled northern Ireland.

another possibility is that the british parliament votes to pull out of the EU without an agreement.

Not according to the law. It requires that Boris Johnson, to formally send a letter to the EU to ask for the postponement. He refuses, may be risking a lawsuit, which in the worst case can end up with a judgment for contempt of parliament and imprisonment.

According to The Guardian, the government has toyed with the idea that one can formally send the letter, but letting a cover letter to send with, at the same time pray that udsættelsesanmodningen cancelled. This, however, will be seen as a breach of the law by legal experts.

Members of parliament according to the BBC is already in the process of planning an action, if Johnson plays hardball and refuses to follow the law.

They may continue to refuse to allow a further postponement of brexit-date. Something, for example, France Emmanuel Macron has aired the possibility, under the current circumstances.

It requires the unanimous agreement of the other 27 member states, if a new postponement of Article 50 must be approved.

Updated: 12.09.2019 03:01
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