LONDON, Sep 10 (EUROPE PRESS) –
More than half of Britons who are supporters of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union want Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ignore the law enacted on Monday and urge him to request an extension of the divorce if not manages to agree any agreement.
This is included in a survey by the YouGov firm that shows that, among the general population, 50 percent of the people interviewed want Johnson to adhere to the law, compared to 28 percent who pose a flagrant breach of the law backed by the parliamentary opposition and a group of rebel tories.
Among European integration advocates, support for law enforcement rises to 77 percent, but the data is reversed if only the Conservative Party supporters are examined – 50 percent advocate breaking the law– and those who voted in favor of Brexit – 52 percent deny any possible extension.
The survey, prepared from 1,640 interviews, would give wings to Johnson, who has confessed publicly that he would rather “die in a ditch” rather than ask the EU for a new extension. The prime minister has claimed that he wants to reach a new agreement, although he has warned that he is willing to consummate a Brexit without an agreement on October 31.
The law passed last week by the British Parliament and promulgated on Monday by Queen Elizabeth II urges Johnson to ask for Brexit to be postponed until January 31 if before October 19 he fails to ratify any agreement or permit explicit of the deputies to remove to United Kingdom of the communitarian block without any type of safety net.