Scotland: A referendum on independence is possible

Scotland: A referendum on independence is possible

Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon This Wednesday assured that his Independence Party victory in the May 6 local elections would lead to a new referendum of self-determination in the British nation.

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“If the people of Scotland vote for a new independence referendum there will be a new independence referendum”, said Freedom leader In front of the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.

“There will be a new independence referendum if people vote for a new referendum”

Questioned for managing sexual harassment allegations against his predecessor Alex Salmond, eventually cleared by justice, Nicola Sturgeon survived a no-confidence motion on Tuesday.

Nicola Sturgeon, exempted by an independent report of any violation of the Code of Conduct, heads for the elections. She hopes to gain such a majority in the local parliament that it will reject Boris Johnson’s government’s new consultation.

On Monday the Scottish Government released its draft bill for a new independence referendum after the epidemic.

Parliament fixing the date

According to this text, it will be up to the Scottish Parliament to fix the date of the vote, which the local government believes should take place after the health crisis.

Asked question “Should Scotland Become an Independent Country?” Will remain the same as 2014, when the British province decided 55% to remain within the United Kingdom. Brexit, against which the Scots voted 62% in 2016, has since changed the game and raised wings for the desire for freedom.

In elections, the rift between the leader and his predecessor has weakened Nicola Sturgeon’s support for the party, the SNP, and independence, which still retains very modest gains.

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