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The British Parliament gave the nod to getting out of the EU

The bill must sign the Queen, after which it will undertake by the Prime Minister.

14.Mar.17 4:45 AM
By Johnatan Toadlicker


The British Parliament gave the nod to getting out of the EU
Both houses of the British Parliament approved the draft law on the procedure of the Kingdom's exit from the EU, and in its original form without amendments. Now it must secure the signature of Queen Elizabeth II which is likely to be delivered without delay. After Prime Minister Theresa may will be able to start the procedure, using 50-th article of the Treaty of Lisbon.

The house of lords initially insisted on two amendments on the immutability of status living in the UK EU nationals and on the granting to the Parliament the final agreement with the Union. However, as a result lords, as analysts predicted, lost.

Now the main intrigue is when Theresa may will launch a Brexit. This can happen today, March 14, but some suggest that may will prefer to wait, given the elections in the Netherlands and a conference of the Scottish national party at the end of the week. In this case, the procedure can be started closer to the end of the month.

A June 2016 referendum, the UK citizens voted for secession and the EU.

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