Friday, 9 June 2017

Britain Election

Seven weeks ago, Britain's outgoing Prime Minister Terija had suddenly announced the election in this hope that it would benefit him and he would return to power with a huge majority.

Seven weeks ago, Britain's outgoing Prime Minister Terija had suddenly announced the election in this hope that it would benefit him and he would return to power with a huge majority. The election surveys were also being expressed in the hope of their victory. Therefore, the result which is being brought to an extent is being said to be somewhat unpredictable. Not only that, for many, it is also a bewilder, because for a long time it happened when there was no clear majority in Britain's parliamentary elections.

The picture of the hung parliament has emerged at a time when the new government has to negotiate with the EU on the process of the breakage, the conditions and the laws, and the proposed negotiation has only stayed ten days. Will proposed negotiations start at the scheduled time, or can it be delayed? In any case, in the wake of breakage related talks, Britain needed a government with a clear mandate and a clear majority force.

 But this is the second time after Brekjet's referendum when Britain's voters have shocked the whole world including political pundits. After the new election, the conservative party of Terryja May came in the Parliament of Britain's six and a half hundred members, but it is a little away from the majority. Obviously, despite being number one, he has suffered a loss. But most damage is done to the Scottish Nationalist Party, which often starts separating the separatist raga.

On the other hand, the Labor Party, the Democratic Unionist Party and Liberal Democrats have increased seats, but the biggest advantage is to the main opposition party, the Labor Party. He has potential collaborators for the alliance, but unlike Labor leader Jeremy Carbin, Terrija May is more likely to form the government, because his party is just a bit away from the majority. Contrary to all the projections, why did the Conservative party have to bear the loss? There may be two reasons. One is that during the last round of campaigning, two terrorists were killed in which thirty people were killed.


This led to a shock of popularity, because for six years before that he had been an internal security minister and then he had cut the positions of the police officers. Secondly, their election campaign was faded. On the other hand, Labor leader Jeremy Carbin has made many promises of improved life-style including free higher education, and particularly the Labor Party has strong support among young voters. The worst is the fallout of the UKIP. Fascist, racist and anti-immigrant sloganeering party was wiped out. However, after the new election, the question in front of Britain is not just about who will run the government, but also how he will deal with the challenges after the breakage.
                                                                             ----Sonal

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