World News: Elections or Referendum Brexit Brings Down The House

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Elections or Referendum If the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union seems highly likely, the demand for a long report could turn the European elections in Britain into a disguised referendum and conducive to pro-Europeans.

 

What game does Theresa May, British Prime Minister, play? As the deadline of April 12 is fast approaching, the one to which the European Union and the United Kingdom must separate, in good or bad terms, here is the tenant of 10 Downing Street is in the possibility, in order to avoid political chaos, ask for a long report of the Brexit.

It could then end in 2020 with the agreement of the European Union and the obligation for the United Kingdom to hold a new referendum on keeping the British in the Union and new general elections.


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The idea is not without consequences and Theresa May knows that this alternative could avoid many evils to the Albion in the forefront of which a disastrous exit of the Union, synonymous with various and varied avatars (customs duties, controls borders, cooperation, ...).

Participation and referendum But in the immediate future, such a decision would especially see the British participate in the forthcoming European elections in May, which for a country officially on the verge of leaving the Union would be a paradox and not least. Which would result in the sending of British MPs to Parliament, by the appointment of British Commissioners in the Commission, ....!


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However, this participation could serve the pro-European partisans and, thanks to good circumstances, the British Prime Minister because, in the event of a high turnout, the participation rate in question would turn into a disguised pro-European referendum which would reveal the attachment of a category of British to the Union, some of whom have loudly shown their love of the European flag for several weeks now.

In case of low participation, and the European polls are not able to mobilize the electoral bodies, Theresa May would approach the coming months, if it was to remain in business, in a position of the most delicate and uncomfortable, because Brexit would then become inevitable when it still appears today as a very likely but not absolutely certain horizon.


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The most complex situation which in itself testifies to all the ambiguities on which the relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom were built, a kind of "I love you me either" both perverse and unhealthy. that it is perhaps now urgent to sell in several ways.

Constraints and acceptances Thus, in case of retention in the European Union, the United Kingdom would be obliged to accept a number of European rules (including the single currency) perceived until now as constraints that motivated the will of part of the population to come out of the bosom of Brussels and the Parliament. And what about the other countries in the Union?

Are they or will they agree to accept a new postponement, let alone until 2020? It is also clear that a group such as the European Union cannot, with regard to the international situation, animated by fierce competition, continue to advance with the question of Brexit in abeyance, even if a new referendum would come to confirm the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. And so far, one thing seems certain: The United Kingdom will come out of the European Union .... or not ...!


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Bio: Olivier Longhi has extensive experience in European history. A seasoned journalist with fifteen years of experience, he is currently professor of history and geography in the Toulouse region of France. He has held a variety of publishing positions, including Head of Agency and Chief of Publishing. A journalist, recognized blogger, editor and editorial project manager, he has trained and managed editorial teams, worked as a journalist for various local radio stations, a press and publishing consultant, and a communications consultant.

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