Analysis – After his election victory, Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon challenges Boris Johnson.
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He didn’t hit the magic number 65, but came pretty close to it. The separatists of the SNP (Scottish National Party) lacked only one seat in Holyrood’s parliament, which they had gained ten years earlier in 2011. Premier Nicola SturgeonIt’s annoying to come so close to the goal, but the victory is clear. And the pro-independence parties have a comfortable majority.
Backed by the Greens, who won 8 seats, the separatists won a majority of 72 out of 129.It’s a Big Win for Nicola SturgeonComments Nicola McEwen, co-director of the Center on Constitutional Change at the University of Edinburgh, He may have missed out on an absolute majority by one seat, but he has more than twice the number of nearest rival’s seats and a pro-independence majority is stronger than before, given the Greens’ success.. “Even before the announcement
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