Bridget: Boris Johnson’s pre-election general election resolution rejected in public
Members of Parliament have rejected the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s proposal for a pre-election general election in the British capital.
After that, the government says work will be completed on Friday in Darul Mulla on a bill to stop the Brexit deal.
It was feared that Brexit supporters would deliberately withhold the bill so that the bill could not be approved by the Queen before the parliament is postponed next week.
But the chief whip of the Conservative Party in Darul Amra announced the progress after talks with the Labor Party.
Earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson had asked MPs to support the October 15 preliminary general election plan.
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They needed the support of two-thirds MPs to make this resolution successful. But they got 298 votes in favor of this resolution while 56 votes were cast against the resolution. He had to lose 136 votes to win the resolution.
However, a total of 434 votes were required to approve the resolution.
Labor party sources told the BBC that his party did not participate in the voting process.
It should be noted that the Labor Party, the SNP and the Liberal Democrats had already said they would not vote in support of the resolution.
Earlier, MPs approved a bill on behalf of Boris Johnson before the October 31 deal with the European Union without any agreement.
Boris Johnson called it a “surrender bill” that would weaken them to negotiate a new deal.
But the bill passed through all stages of the same day in the capital, with the support of opposition parties and Tory rebel members. The bill will now be sent to Darul Amra for approval.
Members of parliament are now discussing how the bill could be moved forward on Thursday. But supporters of Brexit have made more than 100 edits to slow the pace of the move.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday warned that if the bill comes at this stage, he will return to the capital with a resolution for elections under the Fixed Term Parliament Act.
Boris Johnson, presenting the resolution, said that this bill has allowed the “serious negotiations” to cease without agreement. They said they would force them to ‘surrender’ to the European Union.
“I have refused to do so and it is clear that there is only one way forward for the country,” he added.
“In my view, and with this government, there must be elections on Tuesday, October 15th.”
But Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s election offer is like apples to Snow White … “Offer poison without a contract.”