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Brexit Leak
« on: Nov 28, 2016, 11:35:01 am »
 

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« Reply #2 on: Mar 05, 2019, 06:16:07 pm »
 

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What unites Europe against UK?
March 5, 2019.

"The War of All Against All" within the European Union, which is getting tougher as the European Parliament approaches, there is one exception that confirms the rule - a unique position of twenty-eight toward the brexit.

Both the traditional British allies and the "worst pupils" of the EU, who, as a rule, "stand out" from the rest of the family, agree with the terms of the United Kingdom's quitting (if she was in any way negotiating) Britain's PM Teresa May.

Aleksandar Gajic, a research associate at the Institute for European Studies in Belgrade, told Sputnik that the EU, above all, respects the fact that it is leaving the UK. Within the EU, a consensus has been reached under which conditions the GB can withdraw from that block, in line with the exit strategy defined by the Lisbon Treaty.

"First and foremost, there is a consensus among the largest countries in the EU, Germany and France on the conditions of the UK coming out. I think that other countries were more or less forced to follow that position occupied by Berlin and Paris, that is, the relation of the terms of the British exit was formulated, first of all, under the dominant German influence, "Gajic says. Other European countries bowed to them from their internal relations with Germany and France, so there are no special reasons for all countries that would all be on the same line, but that is one position that is occupied by the two dominant members, and the rest are, in their interests, obliged to comply with them. Gajic adds that the unique position is partly the result of fear that another state could go through the United Kingdom. In addition, the EU's redefinition plan, which is "quite unsuccessful", is trying to impose Germany and France.
"Other EU countries want some kind of redefinition while preserving some of their own sovereignty or restoring it to a higher level than they used to be, but keeping those things in reserve, waiting to see if France and Germany can redefine the EU model that would be them acceptable. It is exactly the rise of Eurosceptic parties in all these countries, even in Germany and France, that they want a different kind of redefinition than this would be offered by official Paris and Berlin, "Gajic said.

None of the "rebel" states have yet to make an official stance on leaving the EU because they want the EU to start functioning in a different way and therefore wait to see where it will go, our interlocutor adds. Dissatisfied states do not want to pull out the hasty moves because they see that relations in international politics are very turbulent and uncertain, and they want to wisely assess how things will continue.

However, everyone in the EU, including the Brussels elite, is concerned about the possibility that someone else could travel via the United Kingdom, our interlocutor believes.
"But there is the uncertainty that another state would encounter if it decided to make such a move, when Britain, which is a big and powerful state, found itself in such a complicated situation, in extremely uncertain conditions where the deadline was passed, where they were not accepted conditions, that it is not known whether their exit will be prolonged or not. Other countries may also find themselves in a similar situation, and therefore, there is also a fear and desire to join that consensus, "Gajic concluded.

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Re: Brexit
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Live Updates

No-deal Brexit rejected in UK Parliament

By Bianca Britton and Eliza Mackintosh, CNN
Updated 5 min ago6:14 p.m. ET, March 13, 2019

https://edition.cnn.com/uk/live-news/brexit-no-deal-vote-live-updates-intl-gbr/index.html



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