The SNP and the Green Party won an absolute majority in Edinburgh. Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced that “Scots will have the right to express their future”, while Boris Johnson believes that “irresponsibility” is a new negotiation.
She is a more confident prime minister than ever before, and she did not even wait for the endless end of the Scottish legislation to deliver her victory speech.Nicola Sturgeon is 50 years old, 35 of whom are pro-independence activists “historical” with “Extraordinary” The Scottish National Party (SNP) won 64 out of a total of 129 seats in the Edinburgh Parliament on Saturday night, May 8.
The SNP hopes to win an absolute majority (65), which will give it an almost irresistible task to demand after the failed Scottish second referendum in 2014 (Scots retain their voting rights in the UK with 55% of the vote). However, his party is very close to this “magic number”, sir.I The urge fish tends to mow the grass as soon as possible at the feet of the British Conservative Government. The British Conservative Government has the right to veto a possible referendum, and Boris Johnson announced the day before “Irresponsible” New public consultation in Scotland.
“There is no doubt that we will have a majority in favor of independence, and it will be higher than the previous term. [2016-2021] »Say MI Like all Independence Camps and most Scottish commentators, Yu also considered the acquisition of the Scottish Green Party and also supported independence. The latter made a historic breakthrough in Holyrood and won 8 seats. “Boris Johnson’s position is very interesting, of course we have [avec le SNP] Clearly request a new referendum”, Said on Saturday morning, Lorna Slater, the co-leader of the Scottish Greens.
“I will resume work immediately, working to get rid of the pandemic, and then to economic and social recovery, but when the crisis is over, Scots will have the right to express their opinions. [sur leur avenir] », Nicola St. Fish insisted. “Boris Johnson has uncontroversially blocked the wishes of the Scots. The referendum is fundamentally a matter of democratic principles,” Hammer the leader.
As a result, a war of words broke out between Edinburgh and London. This showdown, which is vital to the future of Scotland and the United Kingdom, actually started before the Brexit referendum in June 2016. To believe in the SNP, these results have been completely broken: in 2014, when the Scots were asked to decide their future, it was only a question of staying in the United Kingdom Union, not a question of leaving the European Union.However, they unequivocally rejected Brexit (up to 62%) and gave himI Urge Yu became the Prime Minister of Scotland at the end of 2014.