July 10th, the most popular candidate for the leader of the Conservative Party of Malaysia, Johnson claimed that even if a formal transition agreement cannot be reached, the UK should withdraw from the European Union on October 31.
Reuters reported that Johnson did not rule out the possibility of suspending parliament, but he hopes to renegotiate a Brexit agreement that will be approved by parliament. Brussels said it would not renegotiate. At present, the Brexit agreement between British Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union has been rejected by the British Parliament three times.
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to prevent approval of a component of the Parliament’s suspension plan,But other parts were rejected, and the most influential part of the plan was deemed unqualified by the Speaker’s Office before the discussion. As usual, the Speaker’s Office did not give a reason for disqualification.
The bill needs to complete several other stages of review before it is finalized and becomes law.
This has led the outside world to speculate that Johnson may suspend parliament to prevent lawmakers from obstructing his "all-or-nothing" Brexit plan. Most British lawmakers expressed their opposition to a no-deal Brexit.
On Tuesday, British MPs supported a revision to the legislation that is being passed by Parliament with 294 votes in favor and 293 votes against it, requiring the minister to report on progress in rebuilding the Northern Ireland administrative system every two weeks.
Attempting to suspend Parliament later this year to prevent lawmakers from obstructing a no-deal Brexit on October 31 may become a little complicated. Aim to reinforce the supplement of the planThe move was rejected.
However, those MPs who wish to prevent a no-deal Brexit believe that their plan can require parliament to meet before Brexit Day, complicating the new British Prime Minister’s efforts to adjourn parliament.
"I admit that one of the purposes of these amendments is to try to ensure that this extraordinary threat...-we should adjourn-is obstructed," Conservative MP Ge Weifu, who supported the proposal ( Dominic Grieve) said before voting.