Scotland’s Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants to lead Scotland to independence – and bring it back to the European Union. To do this, she wants to survey the population again.
In a good six weeks before the general election Scotland The regional government has introduced a bill for a new independence referendum. Voters are expected to answer the same question they asked for the 2014 referendum: “Should Scotland be an independent country?” British Prime Minister’s Government Boris johnson Strictly rejects a new referendum. Responsible member of the Scottish Cabinet, Mike Russell, said on Monday that there was no democratic justification in London to block the vote if pro-independence parties won a majority in the May 6 election.
Russell said the timing of the inquiry should be set in the upcoming legislative period. People in the British part of the country should have the right to decide “how we want to overcome the epidemic and which country we want to live in after the crisis”. According to the Bill, people over the age of 16 can vote in the same way as foreign nationals are eligible to vote in Scotland.
Back to the European Union with independence
In a referendum in 2014, a slim majority voted against independence. head of government Nikola Sturgeon But insists that BrexiWhich Scotland refused to change the terms. She wants an independent scotland back I am To lead. Recently, the survey balanced the supporters and detractors of the contingent.
In the regional election, Sturgeon’s Scottish National Party (SNP) can count on a win. However, it is not yet understood to what extent the internal power struggle will reduce the likelihood of an absolute majority. A committee accused Sturgeon of misleading Parliament. An independent legal opinion, which should be available soon, is decisive.
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