LONDON – The British Labor Party's opposition party said on Monday it was ready to support a second referendum on the withdrawal from the European Union, which could have significant implications for Brexit's future and for the future of the country.
The resignation of the nine Labor Party members last week and among the prospects of a larger party leader, Jeremy Corbin, abandoned his long support for the second voter turnout.
Corbin's support for the new vote is certainly not a guarantee of a new vote. Nevertheless, it encourages pro-European Brits who are struggling to reverse the outcome of the 201
The statement on labor on Monday was lacking in detail, and it was not immediately clear when the amendment to the second ballot would be put forward in parliament and what particular issue he proposed to put people.
Britain must leave the European Union on March 29, but there is no agreement between the legislators on how to act. The exit agreement, agreed with Prime Minister Teresa May, was rejected by the overwhelming advantage of 230 voices last month.
If there is no agreement, the country risks, perhaps, a chaotic "exit from the deal" from the block without any agreed agreement
Analysts have raised doubts as to whether this amendment will be sent this week, requiring a second vote when the parliament has to vote for a number of amendments proposed by legislators. They expressed the opinion that the probability that the work will take its step next month, when the planned deal Mrs. Brayxitt will be revised.
Currently, the second ballot is unlikely to win the majority in parliament, as most legislators are still opposed to this idea. But if Ms. Mary's Brexit plan is rejected the next month for the second time, then the bill in the parliament may change.
Corbin could support two lawmakers, Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson, who make amendments that support the Mrs. May agreement – but only in exchange for a confirmatory referendum, when voters got an alternative to support the May agreement or staying in the block.
Although lawmakers of workers have long been opposed to Brexit's non-agreement, they have been divided in order to raise the issue of being / leaving people back.
The party campaigned for a referendum in 2016 against Brexit, but many of the traditional Labor Party supporters in the north and middle of the country ignored his advice. This left deputies representing these areas in a difficult position, and some insisted that Brexit should go ahead in order to respect the views of its voters.
But most Labor members and voters in London and other large cities are categorically opposed to Brexit.
For the reasons given by the rebels, eight of whom left last week to join an independent grouping, Mr Corbin's inability to speak against Brexit is quite strong. Without his support, there was no chance that deputies would approve a second referendum.
The announcement on Monday indicates that their retreat has already proven to be effective in putting pressure on Mr Corbin, who is a lifelong critique of the European Union.
"One way or another, we will do our best to prevent any cause and to withstand the damage to the Thorium of Brexit, based on the vast majority of Libra May," – Mr. Corbin said in a statement:
"That's why, according to with our policy of the conference, we also strive to put forward or support an amendment in favor of public voting in order to prevent damage to Tore Brexit
At last year's Labor Party Conference, members agreed that the main priority of this party would be the desire to hold a general election in, but if it can not provide it, all options remain unfulfilled.
Labor did not manage to destroy the government due to the confidence movement of the past month, but slowly moved to the second referendum. Mr Corbin was accused of keeping himself in the background on Brexit, pretending to criticize and oppose Ms. May's Brexit plan, rather than stopping it until he can escape the blame for his consequences. The legislator who favors another referendum congratulated Mr. Corbin, who supported the second vote.
"This is a great step towards the unification of our party and, most importantly, our country," he wrote on Twitter. "No deal Brexit does not meet the fantasy promised in 2016. Thus, the only way that any particular form of Brexit can be made legitimate is the ratification in # PeopleVote which includes the ability to remain "
Richard Corbett The Labor Labor Leader in the European Parliament called this step the second vote" a very important step. "
"Given that we do not want a catastrophic agreement, we do not want Teresa May to be catastrophic. and as it becomes clear that she will not go to an alternative deal, the only remaining option is Brexit's stop by public voting, "he said.
One analyst said that Mr Corbin's change on this issue was more of an internal Labor Party's policy than securing second-round voting.
"It was probably Corbin who sought to support a referendum when Brexit's ending was approaching," said Stephen Fielding, a professor of political history at the University of Nottingham. "But he did not do it, hoping that the Community will support a referendum – it will not be. He is trying to merge the split batch and reduce the number of polls.