Theresa May, Antonio Tajani
The President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani said that the UK, which began the process of withdrawal from the European Union will welcome back if in the upcoming June 8 election, the British will change their decision. This writes the newspaper The Guardian.
Thus he objected to the British Prime Minister Theresa may, who said that after involved article 50 of the Lisbon agreement, which regulates the beginning of a withdrawal from the EU, “no turning back”.
According to Tajani, initiating a Brexit could be easily undone by the will of the remaining members of the EU, if after the General elections will change the government of the United Kingdom, and the come to power supporters save the country in the European Union.
He also made a threat to veto any agreement in the framework of a Brexit, if it fails to ensure full protection of existing rights of EU citizens in the UK.
Wednesday, April 19, the British parliamentarians on the proposal of the head of government approved the holding of early elections. “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,” explained Mei initiative.
March 28 Mei signed letter with notification of EU authorities about the formal start of procedure Brexit. Negotiating this process will take two years.
The decision to withdraw the UK from the EU were adopted by referendum on 23 June 2016. The rejection of EU membership was supported by more than half of voters.