Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Brexit's political crisis in the UK continues to affect the country's inner policies. British lawmakers are preparing to vote on a bill in Parliament that will demand an extension of Brexit's history by 31 January 2020.
If this bill is approved, the current Prime Minister Boris Johnson will propose amendments to the law on the fixed parliamentary period in order to announce the early general election by his own decision. Under this law, two thirds of parliament must have approval for early general elections. Boris Johnson wants to translate the law into a simple majority, which means a simple majority.
If Boris Johnson achieves this goal, an early election may be held in the UK on 15 October. However, Boris Johnson's party lost its majority in parliament recently when one of the deputies moved to another party.
If the first law Johnson tries to pass after he becomes prime minister, the vote of confidence will be demanded. If the government wins the vote of confidence, the situation will resume. In case of loss, the early election is expected to come up again.