British Prime Minister Theresa may stunned the political world of great Britain, stating that it intends to seek an early General election.
In an unexpected statement at Downing street, may said she will begin the process of convening a vote June 8.
Mei said that the new mandate will strengthen its influence in negotiations about the UK's exit from the European Union. "In Westminster there has to be unity, but instead there is a division. Country gets together, and the Westminster, no."
She said "every vote for the conservatives will make me stronger" in the negotiations of Breccia.
According to the legislation, introduced by her predecessor David Cameron, the British five-year term governments may be terminated only with the approval of Parliament.
Mei came to power in July last year after Britain decided to leave the EU, which led to the resignation of Cameron.
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