quarta-feira, 29 de junho de 2016

United Kingdom: the revolt of the 48% against Brexit on the streets of London

Thousands of people demonstrated Tuesday in Trafalgar Square to the British Parliament, to say no to exit from the country of the EU.

The protest takes place in the same time a petition on the Internet, demanding a new referendum, has collected more than 4 million signatures.

The cry of revolt of the 48% of voters who failed to prevent the ' Brexit ' in the polls.

"I am against the Division of England. And I don't like hearing about a majority in favour of the Brexit. Two countries have voted to stay and two countries voted to get out ".

"We could end up in a Britain isolated , disconnected from the world, when we live in an increasingly interconnected world. I fear for my future in this way seem to want to put us in a box ".

"Pain is like a break and we can't think of anything else. It is a tragedy that we have come to this situation ".

In the city of London, 75% of residents voted in favour of staying in the country in the EU.

A rejection of the Brexit that was repeated also in Scotland and in Northern Ireland, where the majority of inhabitants voted in favour of the "Remain".

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