British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her readiness to give the country’s parliament to vote for a new referendum on the country’s exit from the European Union but provided that parliamentarians support its new draft agreement with the EU.
As noted, May in early June will present a new document, which will include additional guarantees of workers’ rights, as well as measures to protect the environment and nuances on the Irish issue.
According to May, if the parliament once again rejects her document, then this could lead to the suspension of Brexit. If approved, the terms of the document can be discussed in a referendum.
The prime minister does not support the idea of voting, but, according to her, understands the feelings of many lawmakers regarding Brexit.
Earlier it was reported that May will reveal the details of the “new deal” on Brexit.
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