Unexpected results of the referendum held yesterday in the UK about leaving the EU. 52% of the electorate voted for the Kingdom’s exit from the EU. Several hours later, after the results of the vote, Prime Minister David Cameron announced his intention to leave the post in October of this year.
David stated that it advocated the preservation of Britain’s membership in the European Union, but since half the country decided otherwise – he would no longer occupy the post.
“With all my heart I was advocating that the British left in the EU, but you chose a different path. So now you need another Prime Minister. I love my country, and for me it was a great honor to work for its benefit. I will continue to do everything in my power to help her further,” — said Cameron.
Said David, and that changes in British politics will not be quick, and the process of withdrawal from the European Union will direct its receiver.
“I think it would be wrong to be captain, who should lead the country to a new destination. The negotiations with the European Union on the exit will begin with the new Prime Minister. Only when he decides when and how to use article 50 to withdraw from the EU, will start this process,” — said David.