Irina Chumakova. The most likely candidate for the post of head of the British labour party Jeremy Corbyn has criticized NATO and said that the organization should have stopped the existence in 1990.
Speaking on Thursday in the process of debate between the two candidates to head the party, He reiterated his position on the issue that the UK should withdraw from the Commonwealth.
Corbin said that Britain needs to develop relations with Russia in order to intensify the process of demilitarization of the border between Russia and Ukraine, " otherwise, the consequences are very dangerous." He said that " if NATO puts an open goal to expand the Russian military then he will say to their leaders: we must also expand to counteract NATO."
"I criticize NATO, because after all, this organization during the Cold war, she was obliged to end its existence in 1990 in conjunction with the Organization of the Warsaw Pact," said Corbin.
According to the results of a recent sociologicheskogo research conducted by YouGov research centre, people's Deputy of the house of Commons Corbin by a large margin: for him, ready to give their votes to 53% of supporters of the party. This figure is 10 percentage points higher than three weeks ago." Shadow " health Minister Andy Burnham with 21% of the vote significantly behind Corbin. The chances of winning are 2 other candidates - the "shadow" of the head of the Ministry of internal Affairs Yvette Cooper and Deputy shadow health Minister Liz Kendall - small. For Cooper ready to vote on 18% came to the polls, and Kendall is just 8% of the vote.
The winner of the election to the post of leader of the labour party will be announced on September 12 at a special conference.