The British Parliament expressed confidence in the government may
Moscow. 16 Jan. INTERFAX.RU Now you may not need to change the government or hold early elections.
Members of the house of Commons of the British Parliament for voting on Wednesday evening, expressed confidence in the government of Prime Minister Theresa may.
For a vote of no confidence voted by 306 members of Parliament, against 325 members.
If the government was given a vote of no confidence, the situation could develop according to two scenarios: Theresa may could form a new government in 14 days if you got the support of the majority of members of Parliament, or, more likely, the UK would have qualified for early elections.
Mei had previously said that early elections “will further fragment while we need unity, will bring chaos, when we need confidence, and will become a burden, when we need to go forward.”
The proposal to censure the government on Tuesday introduced in the Parliament the leader of the opposition labour party’s Jeremy Corbyn.
She may, speaking about further actions after Parliament rejected the deal, said that now need to ensure that the government still has the trust.
On Tuesday, the house of Commons of the British Parliament during the vote rejected prepared by London and the EU agreement on the UK exit from the European Union. “For” voted only 202 deputies, “against” — 432.