Date: 9 months ago   Category: Economy

The British parliamentarians have brought up a question of Theresa May's dismissal

Members of the British parliament have discussed discharge of the prime minister Theresa May from the power because of her position concerning "Brexit". As reports the edition of BBC with reference to a source in power structures, about 50 representatives of the conservative party occupying the most part of chairs in parliament of the country in the evening on September 11 spoke about association for the announcement to the head of state of a vote of no confidence. The interlocutor of the agency claims that May's position on continuation of free trade with EU countries even after an exit of Britain from among its participants became the discontent reason. It is noted that for resignation of the prime minister it is necessary to collect 48 votes. According to the interlocutor of the edition, conservatives will also be engaged in collecting the necessary number of participants the next several weeks. Photo: google.images to Share: Britain vote resignation parliament Theresa May dismissal