Desperation Sets In: Germany Would Demand Second Referendum in Return for Another Brexit Delay
Desperation Sets In: Germany Would Demand Second Referendum in Return for Another Brexit Delay by Victoria Friedman for Breitbart
TDC Note – The satanic globalist are desperate to stop BREXIT because they know and fully understand that Italy, then France, will be right behind them – Euro dream will die an ugly death.
Germany has said that it will veto another Brexit delay unless the UK holds a general election or second referendum.
Norbert Röttgen, a former German minister and senior MP in the Bundestag, told The Telegraph that should the UK ask for another extension to Article 50 in October, when the UK is due to leave the EU, the decision of the European Council would depend “on the reason why Britain asked for it”.
“If for example it is asked because Britain has decided to go for another referendum or snap election and they are going to happen then in respect of democratic reasons it would be accepted,” Mr Röttgen said.
“If there were no reason for another extension then I would say even the German position, that we give time, has come to a close because a reason for extension has to be required,” he added.
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Late last year, a number of EU leaders called for the UK to hold a second referendum, in hopes that the British people would “change their view”, including the socialist prime minister of Spain Pedro Sánchez would said that the country should hold another vote “in the future, so that it can come back to the EU. In another way, but back into the EU.”
Mark Harper has become the twelfth Tory MP to join the party leadership race after Theresa May announced she would be stepping down next month. Mr Harper, who campaigned to remain in the EU in 2016, has come out against his fellow Brexiteer running mates who have pledged to take the UK out of the EU with or without a deal on October 31st, and has not ruled out requesting a further extension of Article 50, possibly until 2020.