Members of the British Parliament awaiting approval of the plan of Prime Minister Theresa may to hold early General elections on 8 June.
Mei on Tuesday made a surprise announcement that it will seek to carry out "hard" elections, in order to obtain a stronger mandate on the historic departure of the country from the European Union.
This is the last turn of a turbulent year in British politics, which was immersed in turmoil, when the country unexpectedly voted to leave the European Union last year. The hotly contested referendum, "Breccia" ended in the resignation of then-Prime Minister David Cameron.
The conservative party may have a weak majority in the lower House of Commons of the Parliament, but in may it can gain a larger share of places to Breaksit was smoother. Her decision also opens the door to greater insecurity in the region because now the 3 most influential States of Europe - England, Germany and France - go into full-duplex mode selection.
In his comments Tuesday, may claimed that the General elections will stop the attempts of the opposition parties and members of the house of lords to thwart her plans about Brexia. "If we do not hold General elections now, the political game will continue," she told reporters at Downing street. "We need a General election, and we need them now."
Opposition parties have said they will not block this move and have already begun to gain support from the public. If it is approved by Parliament, the elections will be the third General election in the UK for 7 years, and it will happen in less than a year after the referendum, which will decide that the UK leaves the EU.
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