British parliament to debate on his state visit Trump after petition
The British parliament will soon discuss a petition that a state visit of the American president Donald Trump to queen Elizabeth to avoid.
The petition went on Sunday online and it broke straight away record statements of support. Now have more than 750,000 people signed the petition. The signatories request in the petition that the parliament should ensure that Trump is not on a state visit.
According to the rules of the house of Commons the petition process when there are at least 100,000 signatures are collected. Last year spoke to the parliament about the question of whether Trump, who was not a president was, the access to the United Kingdom to be denied. The petition that launched, was by 586.930 people signed.
Prime minister Theresa May, left last Friday to know that Trump by queen Elizabeth is invited for a state visit this summer.