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2019-09-24T21:44:15.168Z

The Supreme Court judges that the British Parliament was closed with the intention of Prime Minister Johnson, and the Parliament would resume from the 25th…



From the 25th of the Supreme Court ’s decision on the Supreme Court to reopen.

The Supreme Court judged that the British Parliament was closed with the intention of Prime Minister Johnson, and the parliament was resumed on the 25th. Opposition parties are increasingly calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Johnson, and the politics are becoming more fluid before the end of the EU-European Union close at the end of next month.

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom shows that it was illegal to close the parliament for one month with the intention of Prime Minister Johnson on the 24th, and the parliament will resume on the 25th.

Prime Minister Johnson stressed that in New York, where he will stay, he will follow the decision of the Supreme Court, and that his willingness to leave will remain the same at the end of next month, regardless of whether there is an agreement with the EU.

On the other hand, Corbin, the leader of the largest opposition and labor party, demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Johnson. “A general election is necessary to overcome the situation. When Prime Minister Johnson eliminated the possibility of withdrawal without agreement, Should be implemented. "

Liberal Democratic Party and others have voiced that they should submit a cabinet distrust plan to the administration and drive into resignation.

In the parliament resuming on the 25th, it is expected that the opposition party who wants to avoid leaving without agreement will be attacked by Prime Minister Johnson who claims to leave at the end of next month. In the meantime, the politics is becoming more fluid.

Source: nhk

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