It would put Brex in law, that is, the date of the expiry of the British EU membership by the British government.
David Davis, head of the ministry coordinating the Brexit negotiations by the United Kingdom, said in a statement issued Thursday by the ministry on the draft law on the withdrawal of the British EU membership law (Withdrawal Bill), the government intends to enter the United Kingdom on March 29, 2019, (GMT), according to greenwich mid-term (GMT), leaves the European Union at 23:00.
That day falls on Friday, and then winter time will be in place in Great Britain, which is the same as GMT. Since British time is always, with the same time as clock movements, one hour behind the time of the continent, the date to be determined in the revocation law would be at Brussels midnight on March 29, 2019.
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced the activation of Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon on March 29, officially launching a two-year process leading to the termination of the British EU membership and on this basis Brexit’s expected date is March 29, 2019.
According to Davis’s announcement, this checkpoint would be set by the British government in law. The head of the Brexit ministry said the inclusion of this amendment in the draft of the Withdrawal Bill would make “crystal clear” the question of when the British EU membership will be terminated.
Theresa May states in a paper entitled The Daily Telegraph of Friday’s edition of the Conservative British daily newspaper: The British government wants to declare “black and white” by amending the draft law that the United Kingdom will leave the EU on March 29, 2019.
The British Prime Minister said that the government will not tolerate any attempt to prevent the British Democratic People’s Will from attempting to take other initiatives to amend the legislation that is about to resume the law on the withdrawal of the EU Membership Act.
May pointed out that a small, 51.9 percent majority of participants in the popular referendum on British membership of the EU had come out of last year’s referendum.
Lord John Kerr, one of the most prestigious veterans of British diplomacy who developed the principles of Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon at the time, in his speech at a Friday’s conference of the EU campaign for the EU campaign on Open Britain, nevertheless states: Britain is Brexit process at any stage of the game.
Lord Kerr said that it was not mandatory to leave the EU because Theresa May had “sent a letter to Brussels on the activation of Article 50” in March, Britain is still free to decide whether to pursue the exit process.
According to John Kerr, “having new and new facts escalated” people have the right to change their opinions and Article 50 contains nothing that would prevent them from doing so.
Similar opinion was expressed by Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister of Workers, in an interview with BBC Television on Thursday night. Brown, who was in Tony Blair’s cabinet for ten years as finance minister and then Blair, and since 2007 he has been a head of government for three years, stated in the interview that he believes that next summer the Brexit process will come to a crisis when voters will not ” they get what they promised. ”
Brown says that it is not true that Britain will be able to regain full control of EU immigration, not even to determine its own trade policy, as the achievement of individual trade agreements with individual EU countries for many years and it is not true that British lawmaking can be completely cut off from the EU, as the influence of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Britain will continue to exist in many ways even after Brexit.
Brown said that “at this time” he would not suggest launching a new EU referendum, but he would like to have the opportunity to “reassess” the decision at the end of the exit negotiations and to consider whether there is no alternative to Brexit “with which Britain could live if it remains a member of the EU.
Source: MTI / Image: flidkr.com /