In the context of a dispute between London and the European Union over the British province, this departure exacerbated political instability.
The leader of the Democratic Unity Party of Northern Ireland (DUP), Edwin Poots, announced in a statement on Thursday (June 17) that he will step down and replace Arlene Foster. ) Only three weeks after taking office.
“I ask the chairman of the party to initiate an internal election process to allow the election of a new leader”, He says.
The announcement was made a few hours after 24 of the 28 regional Democratic Progressive Party elected representatives expressed their opposition to choosing Edwin Putz as the governor of the British province.
The resignation of Edwin Poots has exacerbated political instability in Northern Ireland because of the ongoing debate around him between the UK and the European Union, and because of the protest movement after trade restrictions-the Brexit situation in the UK and the rest of the UK The down is becoming increasingly fierce.