From our corruption it is an internal war that is shedding tears for the Scottish separatists: and that there is a risk of ending the ten-year dream of seceding from London. Confrontation sees one against the other Two of Scotland’s most important political figures in recent times: On the one hand, Alex Salmond, the father of Reason, who dominated the scene in Edinburgh for 2o years; On the other hand, his protagonist, Nicola Sturgeon, who held the post of party and head of government in 2014, succeeded him after his defeat in the election referendum. But in the end, as the “Highlander”, only one will remain.
Tomorrow is almond Testimony for hours before Scottish Parliament committee inquiry: He blamed the nation’s leadership for “failing” and telling Sturgeon a lie. If proven, it would mean the Premier’s resignation. Salmond will stop at nothing: he has taken revenge against his former Protect. He expired two years ago, pursued by serious charges of sexual assault: but then, when his malicious conduct was most known, he was sensationally acquitted. Former leaders are convinced that A conspiracy was made against him Sturgeon right to eliminate his cumbersome presence from the political landscape: now he is determined to drag everyone to dust. And he claims that the Premier was aware of the investigation against him. She refuses.
The saga risks undermining Scotland’s march towards independence. Which seemed inevitable: Nationalist party ready for victory Based on local elections in May and this popular mandate, A new referendum. This time, in contrast to 2014, the separatists are angry at Brexit (which the Scots have always opposed) and satisfied with Sterling’s competent handling of the epidemic, their sails are in the air. But now this scandal has shown the party-state nature of nationalist formation in power and the latest elections show the reason for the independence retreat. In London, he rubbed his hands.
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