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House of Representatives opposes expedited EU withdrawal Postponement ↑

2019-10-23T00:18:28.865Z

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushed ahead with Brexit's bill, but was blocked by the House of Commons. The House of Representatives voted down 14 votes with 308 votes in favor of 322 votes and 322 votes on how to speed up the EU withdrawal agreement within three days.



British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushed ahead with Brexit's bill, but was blocked by the House of Commons.

The House of Representatives voted down 14 votes with 308 votes in favor of 322 votes and 322 votes on how to speed up the EU withdrawal agreement within three days.

Considering less than ten days before Brexit's due date, the government has proposed a three-day plan to reduce the EU passage process.

Specifically, the plan was to limit all legislative discussions and to end all three readings required to pass the bill by the 24th, which would allow the House of Representatives to be opened late at night.

The UK legislation review process is based on a three-party system.

The government has completed its first round of reading by releasing EU legislation legislation and instructions.

The House of Representatives voted in the second round of voting before the vote, and the EU withdrawal agreement was assessed as exceeding the House's first gate, but the vote was followed by a decision to reject the plan.

Earlier, the two sides reached an agreement on Brexit's renegotiation on Monday.

The United Kingdom initially required the government to vote in the House of Representatives on the outcome of negotiations with the EU prior to Brexit's ratification to strengthen parliamentary control.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, however, skipped an attempt to hold an approval ballot, followed by the opposition party and the lower house of parliament.

After a frustration with the plan, Johnson announced that he would stop enacting the EU withdrawal agreement.

At the same time, he said the EU should decide how to respond to the UK's request to postpone Brexit three months.

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Source: sbskr

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