The British Parliament voted for early elections

British MPs have approved the holding of the country’s early elections. About it reports Reuters.

Voted 522 MP 13 against. Elections will be held on 8 June. A proposal was sent to the lawmakers by the Prime Minister Theresa may. “The elections will give the country five years of steady leadership, so that we could go through the negotiations and achieve a successful outcome, it is extremely important,” she explained her initiative.

March 28 Mei signed a letter with the notice of the authorities of the European Union about the formal start of procedure Brexit — the exit from the EU. Negotiations on the terms Brexit will take two years.

The decision to withdraw Britain from the European Union was adopted by referendum on 23 June 2016. The rejection of EU membership was supported by more than half of voters.