(ANSA) – London, 29 April – There is an appeal to the European Union to declare itself ready to reopen Scotland’s doors, and to recognize its secession from London, if as a reaction to the Scots Brexit Support this option. It is an initiative launched by 170 European intellectuals, including an Italian writer hiding behind the pseudonym of Elena Ferrante, from a column in the British progressive newspaper Guardian, a few days after a fragile round of administrative elections in the United Kingdom. North, with the renovation of a local gathering in Edinburgh.
Among the signatories, many English personalities stand out, such as writers Ian McEwan and Jonathan Coe or composer Bren Eno, but for the most part they are figures from the Scottish, Irish or various EU countries of the continent: Slovenian philosopher to Slavoj िज़iेकek Two Greek Political Scientist Calypso Nicolaidis, as well as Ferrante. (the handle).
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