Johnson and the Europeans fought in the parliament

The British opposition party leader, who did not want to see “no agreement to leave the EU”, sought to prevent “no agreement to leave the EU” at the level of the British Parliament on August 27. (The picture shows the British multi-party joint statement, will fully prevent “no agreement to leave the EU” ). At the same time, British Prime Minister Johnson was found to be planning to “transport” more tough “Brexit” factions to the upper house of parliament. British media comment

It is said that a battle for the success or failure of “Brexit” will be staged in the British Parliament.

When attending the G7 summit in France last weekend, Johnson said that the UK could easily deal with the issue of “no agreement to leave the EU”. The British “Guardian” quoted Johnson’s words as saying that the UK is stepping up preparations for “no agreement to leave the EU”, but the purpose is to ensure that the last moment before the deadline for the planned “Brexit” on October 31, the EU will reach protocol.

However, the British media are now paying attention to how Johnson promoted the “no agreement to leave the EU” plan to be finally passed in the British Parliament. The British “Independent” reported on the 27th that Johnson plans to elect more people who support “Brexit” to enter the upper house of parliament to change the current situation in which the upper house is controlled by members of the European Union. On the same day, the British “Guardian” quoted Chapel Bati, the chief of the Labor Cabinet’s shadow cabinet, as saying that if Johnson closed the parliament in order to forcefully pass the “no agreement to leave the European Union,” it would be “serious abuse of power” and the British constitution. The principle of attack. Johnson will face the challenge of judicial review, and the court is also likely to issue an interim injunction, so that members of the upper and lower houses of the British Parliament continue to play a constitutional role in this crisis.

According to the British “Times” reported on the 27th, the British opposition party, who did not want to see “no agreement to leave the EU”, held a party leader meeting on the same day to discuss how to defeat Johnson in the battlefield. The opposition party members represented by the British opposition Labour Party leader Corbin discuss what strategy should be adopted in the parliament to prevent the UK from “no agreement to leave the EU” on October 31, including how to prevent Johnson from using the prime minister’s power to let the parliament It has been adjourned until the Conservative government has realized the “no agreement to leave the EU” plan. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported on the 27th that a number of opposition party leaders, including the Scottish National Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Welsh local party, participated in the day’s meeting. The statement of the day said, “All parties present agreed that it is imperative to find a viable solution to prevent Britain from leaving the EU without agreement, including passing legislation and voting against the government.” The Labor Party also sent a speech to five Conservative Party members on the same day. Invited, the Conservative Party Chairman Crafford responded that this is the Labor Party’s creation of chaos, which will bring more turmoil to the UK.

On the 27th, the British Brexit Party leader Farachi, who advocated that Britain should “no agreement to leave the EU”, criticized the opposition party holding the European Union to hold a meeting. Farage believes that such an approach is completely disregard of public opinion, and “no agreement to leave the European Union” has now become the only acceptable option for the British. Corbin wrote in the British “Independent” on the 27th that he will consider taking all necessary measures to stop Johnson’s “no agreement to leave the EU” plan. However, the opposition parties, including the Labour Party, have so far reacted to Corbin’s proposal to be the “temporary coalition government prime minister”.

Johnson earlier suggested that if the United Kingdom chooses “no agreement to leave the EU”, it will refuse to pay 39 billion pounds “breakup fee.” The British “Financial Times” quoted the European Union as saying that if the UK does not pay the “breakup fee” in full, the EU will prevent Britain from signing bilateral free trade agreements with other countries.

At present, there has been no progress in negotiations between the UK and the EU. Johnson hopes to remove the controversial Irish safeguards regulations, and the EU has indicated that it is unwilling to restart the negotiations. A few days ago, when Johnson met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the latter had slightly “stubbed” and said that if the Brexit agreement was to be amended within 30 days, the UK should propose a feasible plan.