European Parliament gives final approval for UK’s withdrawal from the coalition

EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen

EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen

Brussels – News Time

The EU Parliament gave Britain the final approval to dissociate from the coalition almost half a century later, which is considered a setback to the unity’s stability. According to foreign news agency ‘Reuters’, the European Parliament’s Brussels capital voted to approve the Brexit deal after a sentimental debate in the European Parliament with smiles and sissies. In favor of which 621 and only 49 members voted in opposition.

According to the report, 27 EU member states voted in October last year. During the Brexit Treaty voting, 13 MPs did not vote and after the voting process a farewell ceremony was organized for 73 members from the UK where traditional songs were also sung. Earlier, the British ambassador presented the documents to senior European Union officials at a ceremony where the European Union and the UK were flagging. After regular approval from the European Parliament, Britain will leave the EU on Friday, where it entered 1973. And the UK flag will also be lifted from the EU offices and the EU flag will be kept in the tunnels. Reports say all UK separation deal will be completed by the end of the year and all other issues, including trade, security, will start a new negotiation.

EU Commission Chief Ursula von der Leyen said that we believe tariffs and quotas in trade agreements will be zero. But the conditions are that there will be equality of opportunity for business competition between the EU and the UK. And we will not allow our companies to suffer from imbalanced competition. European Union negotiating delegation Chief Michel Barnier briefed representatives of the other 27 members that the EU should put in place new ties with weak ties, such as annexation with Ukraine.

It is to be remembered that the British capital had approved the Brexit Agreement on January 10, under which the chances of Britain leaving the EU on January 31 were clear. During the voting in the capital, 330 votes were cast in support of the Brexit deal and 231 in opposition. Later, the bill was approved by the public on January 23, and the same day Queen Elizabeth signed the bill, which became law. This led to the removal of all barriers to Britain’s separation from the European Union.

It should be noted that on 26 June 2016, the British people voted in favor of secession from the European Union, succeeding Brexit. However, the division on how to get out of the EU increased so much that without fear of compromise, the fear of leaving the union began to plague the British people and politicians. The Brexit case has been under discussion for many years and the British Prime Minister had to resign over failure to approve Brexit. Theresa May, who became prime minister in July 2016, promised to put the public’s decision on the Brexit deal into action. But since fierce opposition, they have faced difficulties and are trying to persuade MPs to accept the expulsion agreement. Following a permanent failure, Theresa May announced on May 24, 2019, highly emotionally, that she will resign as Prime Minister and ruling Conservative and Unionist Party leaders on June 7. And on June 7, he resigned from his post.

On July 23 this year, Brexit supporter of Britain’s European Union separation (Brexit) was elected the leader of the Conservative Party and the next Prime Minister of the UK in the last phase of voting for the next Prime Minister. Boris Johnson also faced strong opposition in the Labor Party’s majority and failed to pass legislation in favor of Brexit. After that, he proposed a new election, which was accepted by the opposition party and thus elections were held in Britain in December 2019. Boris Johnson won a majority in the elections, and in January the matter came to Parliament where the bill was easily passed. And with Queen Elizabeth’s signing, Brexit’s bill became a regular law.

Remember that the UK joined the European Economic Community in 1973, but some constituencies in the UK have been complaining about this constantly. That the community set up for free trade is being used for political purposes which undermine member states’ sovereignty. Brexit supporters say after the separation of the European Union will initially create economic difficulties however, in the future it will benefit because the UK will be free from EU imprisonment and the EU budget will be spent in the country.


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