The British Parliament approved early elections on June 8
Moscow. April 19. INTERFAX.RU — the British Parliament voted to hold a June 8 early parliamentary elections, said on Wednesday the newspaper the Guardian.
For the conduct of elections voted 522 MP voted against it and 13 MPs.
On the eve of the early elections were announced by Prime Minister Theresa may. It was originally planned that they will be in 2020.
According to the head of the government, the UK needs certainty, stability and strong leadership, and therefore it is necessary to hold early elections.
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