Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In the UK, the draft laws, which would prevent Brexit without compromise and demand a postponement, were approved by the House of Lords after being approved by House of Commons.
Laws approved by the Capers of the Lords will be signed by the Queen on Monday and will be enacted before parliament is suspended until October 14th.
Under the approved law, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have to ask Brussels for a three-month extension if Parliament does not ratify a Brexit agreement by October 19, or if it does not ratify the disputed separation.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, however, does not look hot on this option, which stands out in front of him. Therefore, the possibility of early elections remains on the agenda.
However, as it is known, Boris Johnson does not have a majority in the parliament and some of the opposition opposes the early elections.