British Prime Minister Theresa May wants to call the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker. The reason is the chaos surrounding the Brexit dispute.
In the Brexit dispute, there will be a phone call on Friday afternoon by British Prime Minister Theresa May with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Spokesman Juncker, Margaritis Schinas, announced this. You can ask for the call.
On Tuesday, the British Parliament rejected the exit agreement negotiated by the EU and the United Kingdom. London is looking for a way to avoid a British exit that is not regulated by the EU at the end of March.
In a passionate letter to the editor of the London Times, the main German representatives of politics, economics and society have now invited the British to remain in the EU.
The door of the UE remains always open
The decision on Brexit is in fact respected, according to the letter published Friday, signed, among others, by the CDU leader Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, the leader of SPD Andrea Nahles and the leaders of the Greens, Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck . "But the British should know that we do not consider an irreversible decision: our door will always be open: Europe is at home."
The United Kingdom reintroduced Germany as a sovereign nation and European power after the Second World War, "Let us not forget that, as Germans, and we are grateful," the United Kingdom and its traditions would be lacking. "That's why The English know that we want to stay from the bottom of our hearts". (DPS)
- In November 2018, the heads of state voted for the special summit of the EU the withdrawal agreement after a lot of back and forth.
- The British Parliament would have December 11, 2018 vote on the contract. Faced with massive opposition to the Mays Brexit course, the Prime Minister decided to postpone the vote.
- Wednesday, January 16th: Announced vote of no confidence by the Labor party of opposition against British Prime Minister Theresa May.
- Monday, January 21st: Prime Minister May wants to present his plan B – on condition that he passes the vote of no confidence.
- Tuesday, January 29th: The British Parliament votes on the May B. plan
- Thursday, January 31st: At least until now, the government must have voted on plan B. MEPs could change plan B, demanding closer links with the EU or even a second referendum.
- If the British Parliament agrees, the agreement will go at the latest in March to the European Parliament. At least 20 EU countries, representing 65% of the EU population, have to accept it. If the majority does not materialize, Britain will leave the EU without an agreement.
- The withdrawal takes place however in March 29, 2019.