Scotland: Prime Minister wants referendum for independence in 2021

Scotland: Prime Minister wants referendum for independence in 2021

Glasgow | Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Monday that she quickly wanted to hold a second referendum on the independence of this British province if her party wins the local election next May.

At the Scottish Independence Party (SNP) annual conference, the leader said, “Next May, we will ask the Scottish people to trust us to build a better country.” “I will seek your approval and no one else to hold quickly for the referendum on independence after the formation of the new parliament.”

The desire for independence is coming into force in Scotland, as the end of post-Brexit approaches and after much criticism by London over the management of the new coronovirus epidemic, put the SNP in a position to score goals in May. Several seats in Horrod’s decentralized parliament.

A referendum was already held in 2014 and Scots voted 55% to remain in Britain. Since then, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson refused to allow Scotland to hold a new vote, arguing that it was a vote that took place “once in a generation”.

But Nicola Sturgeon argued that Brexit was a game-changer for Scott, who voted heavily in 2016 against leaving the European Union.

Officially implemented on 31 January, Brexit will become a reality at the end of the transition period on 1 January. As the deadline expires, London and Brussels still struggle to conclude a free trade agreement.

“In a month, we will be facing a tough Brexit, whether with a ‘no deal’ or a bad ‘deal’,” Nicola Sturgeon, who warned of “serious short-term damage” and “even more in the long run” Bad damage “.

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“Freedom after Kovid will not distract us from reconstruction”, he said, contrasting what is “necessary to achieve”.

“The question you need to ask yourself is, who do you trust to rebuild our economy, the Scottish government you chose or Boris Johnson’s Brexit gang?” He announced that in early October, organized by Ipsos Mori A poll credited the leader with “very strong” public support, with 72% satisfied with managing the epidemic.

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