Scotland won the election, the SNP for the fourth consecutive time. Sturgeon: “Now nothing justifies ‘no’ for independence referendum”

  Scotland won the election, the SNP for the fourth consecutive time.  Sturgeon:

this Scottish National Party Wins re-election but not expected complete majority In the Parliament of Edinburgh which would have given great strength to summon the Scottish separatists for a new one Solitary referendum From Great britain, Forbidden by the Prime Minister of London, Boris johnson. As calculated by BBCFormation of First minister Scottish, Nikola Sturgeon63 seats were received in 2016: a sufficient number of seats to guarantee the leadership of the next local government, but one set at 65, just below the original quota of 50%. But Edinburgh’s chief raises: “Nothing is fair now” for referendum ‘no’.

Estimates from the British media, while the count is about to end and an official announcement is pending, are attributed through voting lists with an indemnity system comparing a complete and definitive outcome to the estimation of the assignment of a minority share of seats. needed. Majority colleges (in which the SNP is almost full). Based on this estimate, Sturgeon’s party thus retained two seats with an absolute majority, which was five years earlier and one seat lower than the 2010 absolute record (64).

Second Force in Parliament Edinburgh Johnson remain conservative with 31 seats in 2016, confirming Labor’s historic overtaking Kir starrer Those who lost the other 2 seats and stayed at 22. They rise to 3 and arrive instead of 9 gave The Scots, who have been allies of separatists in recent years and are in favor of a second referendum on secession, with slightly different tones and conditions than the SNP. While they retreat from one and do not exceed 4 i liberal Democrats.

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First minister Commenting on the result of the vote, he said that he believed “There is no justification“This could prevent a new referendum for Scotland’s independence from the United Kingdom. Sturgeon, quoting the British media, said the Scottish Parliament” without a doubt has a pro-independence majority “:” Scotland for Boris Johnson or anyone else There is no democratic justification for attempting to block the authority of the people. “People have to decide their future – they said – to any politician Westminster Who wants to get in the way, I say two things. First, do not go on a confrontation with the SNP, but with the democratic desires of the Scottish people. Second, you will not succeed. The only ones who can decide the future of Scotland are Scottish people and no Westminster politician can or should not follow this path ”.

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