Administrative elections in Great Britain: Enchelmeier (Oxford), “the country is once again divided in half between those who are in favor and those who are against Europe”

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“Although the Tories have lost nearly 500 councillors in England, Scotland and Wales and control of 11 administrations, Boris Johnson remains on Downing Street to reaffirm himself as the champion of the European anti-poor party. Voted for Brexit and I can’t make Labor win again”. Thus, Stephen Enchelmaier, an expert in European politics and Professor at the University of Oxford, commented for the SIR on the results of yesterday’s British local elections, in which he voted for all 32 Scottish people to the municipal councils of London, Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham. did. For all 22 Welsh peoples and for 90 deputies of the Northern Irish Parliament. “Although the Liberal Democrats and the Greens, the most pro-European parties, have won hundreds of seats, Great Britain is once again divided between those who are in favor and those who are against Europe”, the political scientist explains. ‘It’s a very difficult situation. Because, for the first time, the Sinn Fein party, which wants to bring the region back to the Irish Republic, has won. The “Dup” party, which wishes to remain with Great Britain, refuses to cooperate. In Scotland, the nationalist SNP party, which is calling for a second referendum on independence, has declared itself victorious, but there are no signs that the region will break away from the United Kingdom. Most Scots are against this hypothesis and the economy of the region will suffer”.

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