"Lost in Brexit": after the suspension of parliament, the options summarized in diagram
IN A GRAPHIC - Since the appointment of Boris Johnson, the conditions for a departure from the United Kingdom of the European Union have further complicated: you are explained with arrows.
Failing to respect the debates in Parliament, Boris Johnson seems determined to follow the British vote of 2016 in favor of the exit of the European Union, being the only controller to "set up Brexit" .Reportage in London: Suspending British Parliament, Boris Johnson worsens Brexit crisis
Wednesday, August 28, the head of the British government has created the surprise, suspending sessions of Parliament for a period of five weeks, after obtaining the consent of the Queen - who had no choice.
Parliamentarians should leave between 9 and 12 September, and return on 14 October. As the resumption of the session is scheduled for 3 September, they will have only one week left before this "prorogation" and two weeks later to debate before the deadline for the UK's exit from the European Union. which is set for October 31st.Summary of previous episodes (with Theresa May): the scheme to understand everything at six months of hiccups between London and Brussels
If he were to lose the confidence of Parliament, "Bo Jo" announced that he would not resign before October 31, which will greatly complicate the task of deputies opposed to Brexit, and those who wanted to avoid a "no deal" ", An exit without agreement.
Hard to know what will happen in the next two months. Our diagram attempts to explain what are the "paths" that are still possible for Brexit.
Summary of the month since the appointment of Boris Johnson as prime minister, and possible outcomes in the next two months. The events that took place are circled in yellow.
The United Kingdom cancels Brexit The United Kingdom postpones Brexit The United Kingdom organizes a new referendum Boris Johnson in November, he says he will resign The United Kingdom leaves the EU without agreement 31 October 2019 issue unknown? The UK leaves the EU with an agreement on October 31, 2019 The agreement is pushed back Parliament approves the exit agreement The British Parliament is consulted on the agreement The text is adopted The text is rejected against the trust for the confidence Parliament holds vote of confidence Parliament votes text without agreement ("no deal") that prevents an exit Brussels accepts Brussels refuses Boris Johnson tries to renegotiate an exit agreement with the Twenty-Seven British justice is in favor of suspension British court ruled against suspension late July and August 28, 2019 Two appeals were filed in Edinburgh and London against the suspension of Parliament Boris Johnson decides from 10 September to 14 October 28 August 2019 suspend the Parliament The Conservatives vote for distrust Pro-EU conservatives speak out against mistrust Labor opposition leader topple Boris Johnson 14 ao By 2019 Jeremy Corbyn proposes to Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister July 24, 2019 appointed prime minister Boris Johnson is
Sources: The World , The Guardian
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