Uk opposition calls for the resignation of Johnson after the judgment of the supreme court

The British opposition wants that Boris Johnson is stepping down as prime minister and now the Supreme court of the United Kingdom ruled on the matter. The court of justice ruled on Tuesday that the united states advise the British of queen Elizabeth II to the parliament in case of early suspension was unlawful. In the Uk, the government has already announced that the departure of Johnson is not to worry about it.

According to the judgment of the supreme court of justice, the so-called prorogation (suspension of parliament) is reversed. The members of the house of Commons, will be Wednesday morning in Westminster are expected to participate. Also, Johnson’s will be there, too. He was flying in a day early to return to New York, where he is now is because of the UN meeting.

“The decision of the supreme court, shows that the prime minister is wrong and acted out by the parliament to be suspended,” says the leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn (Labour), in a reaction to it. Therefore, according to the Corbyn’s time for Johnson to leave. I am calling Johnson out of his position as prime minister to reconsider, and the shortest serving prime minister ever.”

Jo Swinson, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, called for the judgment of the court. “The suspension was unlawful, and provided to the parliament, to prevent the execution of his duties and the control of the government,” said the party leader. “The decision of the court, let’s see what we already know; that Johnson has already shown that he is unsuitable to be prime minister-to-be.”


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Also, the Scottish and Welsh nationalists are calling for resignation of Johnson

The Supreme court of the United Kingdom, and the judgment of a Scottish court two weeks ago. In There, one of the applicants in the case, in the isle of man is also the spokesman of the Scottish nationalist party, the SNP, responded Wednesday, looking forward to the decision. “This is a tremendous victory for the rule of law and democracy,” said Benjamin on the stairs in front of the supreme court.

“I don’t want any more of the British people were told that the EU is undemocratic, it is.”
Guy Verhofstadt, the former prime minister of Belgium

The Welsh nationalists of Plaid Cymru also want Johnson to hit the road. “He has shown that he is a very dangerous and anti-democratic leader, without any respect for the rule of law,’ says Plaid Cymru leader, Liz Saville Roberts. “It would be an insult towards the community, as Johnson’s will not hit the road after this decision was made.”

On the continent of europe shall be to respond to the decision of the supreme court. Guy Verhofstadt, the former prime minister of Belgium, responded with relief: “The court system is alive and kicking. Parliaments have never been silenced them”, twitter We. “I don’t ever want to be from the United Kingdom, to learn that the European Union is undemocratic,” said the ex-prime minister’s office.

“He’s not fit for office, he must resign”
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson calls for Boris Johnson to resign after the Supreme Court ruled his suspension of the Parliament was unlawful, saying he was “prepared to mislead the Queen… and the whole country

AvatarAuteurBBCPoliticsMoment of plaatsen11:33 – september 24, 2019


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