The British Parliament has officially suspended its work until October 14. The house of Commons refused to hold early elections, which insisted the Prime Minister of great Britain, Boris Johnson. As pointed out by AFP, the decision to suspend the work of Parliament was made in a tense situation.
Five weeks pause, the government should try to negotiate with the EU on a new agreement on the “broksita”, notes the BBC Russian service. At the same time Boris Johnson continues to promise that a British exit from the EU will be held on October 31, no matter what happens.
The opposition, for its part, hopes that the hard version of “breccia” will not happen and that a British exit from the EU will be delayed for three months, until 31 January 2020.
On the eve of the parliamentary initiative for a continuance of the “breccia” in the absence of the agreement with Brussels has approved Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
The bill against “hard breccia” adopted last week by MPs from the opposition and a group of Tory”dissidents”. He obliges Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask the European Union about a three-month postponement of exit in the UK (through January 2020), in the case that prior to 19 October in London and Brussels not achieved agreement.