Serhat TUNAR -TDO- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's insistence on the unreasonable Brexit and the suspension of parliament through the holiday reversed the wind behind him.
The British Prime Minister, the parliamentary agenda of the opposition to determine the vote in the vote of his own party MPs lost 328 votes against 328 votes. After his first defeat in parliament, Boris Johnson requested early elections on 15 October as a counter-step. But in order for Johnson to do so, he needs the support of two-thirds of the MPs.
Today, the opposition will try to adopt a law that will force Boris Johnson to postpone Brexit history from the European Union. If the bill is adopted, the Brexit date will be changed for the third time and postponed to 31 January 2020.
The Conservative Party government, led by Johnson, lost its majority in parliament yesterday when a member of parliament passed to the Liberal Democratic Party. Johnson announced that a process would be initiated to expel these deputies from the party.