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British general election ruling party announces pledge “EU will be released at the end of January next year”

2019-11-24T20:34:42.044Z

If Prime Minister Johnson announces a ruling and conservative party pledge for the UK general election next month and wins a majority of seats, EU = Europe…



British General Election The ruling party announced a pledge "Realization of EU withdrawal by the end of January next year" November 25, 5:26

If Prime Minister Johnson announces the ruling and conservative party pledges for the UK general election next month and wins a majority of the seats, the EU will debate bills related to the withdrawal from the European Union before Christmas. He stressed that the parliament will be able to withdraw at the end of January next year.

British Prime Minister Johnson delivered a speech in Central Telford on the 24th, and announced the commitment of the Conservative Party for the general election on 12th of next month.

According to it, if a majority of the seats are won in the election, the debate related to the withdrawal from the EU will be discussed before Christmas and the withdrawal will be realized by the end of January next year. In addition, in order to minimize the impact of withdrawal, the transition period established until the end of next year will not be extended.

In the speech, Prime Minister Johnson said, “Let's realize the departure from the EU. And let's unleash the potential of Britain.” The supporters cheered.

In the latest public opinion poll, the Conservative Party leads the largest opposition and labor parties by more than 10 points, and the Sunday Times newspaper, dated 24th, has the Conservative Party gaining a majority as a prediction based on the survey. I told the prospect.

However, in the last general election, the Conservative Party was reportedly gaining an advantage in the early stages, but it was stalled and driven to a majority.

Source: nhk

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