Scotland: Poll tells 52% want to know…
Prime Minister’s Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, promised to organize a New referendum to determine if they leave Britain In case of winning the May election to renew the local parliament. British Chief, Boris Johnson, Only those who can legally offer a new popular consultation on this subject, Already spoken against.
“I want to hold a legal referendum, this is what I’m going to do in May in search of the right of the Scottish people and, if they give it to me, what I want to do, to give it to the people There is a legal referendum. Right to choose. This is democracy. This is not about me or Boris Johnson, “the current head of the Scottish Government said in an interview with the BBC.
Sturgeon made this promise on the same day that the British Sunday Times published a poll 52 percent of Scots support independence.
In 2014, a popular consultation was held in which 55 per cent of Scots voted against leaving Britain. The voters’ main argument was that, when they became independent, they would be out of the European Union.
However, two years later Brexit won the electionWith a large number of English votes. In both Scotland and Northern Ireland, the majority voted against leaving the European Union..
The Scottish Premier argues that, as most people in the country have demonstrated against Brexit, they should hold a new referendum on Scottish independence.
for its part, Boris Johnson Already has spoken out against a new popular consultation, as he argued, it is a phenomenon that occurs “once per generation” At least 40 years must pass before voting on the issue.
“He is afraid of democracy Sturgeon fired during a BBC interview. When I hear Boris Johnson talk about it, he reminds me of (Robert) Burns’ poem: ‘Terrified and cowardly little beast, what are you nervous about, little beast’?
The Scottish National Party (SNP, according to its abbreviation in English), led by the Prime Minister, presented a “roadmap” for holding a referendum this Saturday. For SNP officials, the British government has three options to support the call for voting: accept that the Scottish Parliament has the ability to call a referendum under the Scottish Act 1998; Give your active authority to vote or call a referendum in the courts.
The poll published by the Sunday Times shows the same Post-independence aspirations appear most strongly in Northern Ireland. The Republican Party wants to propose a referendum for Irish integration and a return to the European Union.
“Wannabe troublemaker. Pop culture fanatic. Zombie nerd. Lifelong bacon advocate. Alcohol enthusiast. Tv junkie.”