The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, will not seek Parliament’s vote before opening negotiations on the release of Great Britain in the European Union, the Telegraph reported Friday.
For opponents of the output of the European Bloc, who claim that the referendum is only advisory, and the outbreak of the EU’s output should be subject to the approval of the House of Commons, that decision would be a blow.
Britons voted June 23 in favor of the release of the European Union, and Theresa May warned that it would not trigger Article 50, which opens a two year period to negotiate separation this year.
Theresa May, who has ruled out in advance any new popular vote, stressing that “Brexit Brexit means” do not provide anti-Brexit the opportunity of a vote in parliament could delay or even cancel the setting implementation of divorce, according to the Telegraph.
“The Prime Minister has been clear, the British people voted and now she will seek to realize the Brexit” , told the newspaper a source at 10 Downing Street.
The ruling has consulted with government lawyers who confirmed that she could invoke Article 50 without a vote in Parliament, further says the daily.