BEIJING, Oct. 21 (Xinhuanet) -- According to foreign media reports, on the 21st, British Prime Minister Johnson will "showdown" with the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, to promote the UK's new Brexit agreement later that day. The parliament will vote again.
EU leaders and the UK reached a Brexit agreement on October 17. On the 19th, after the British parliament voted to amend the motion and put aside the Johnson version of the Brexit agreement, Johnson sent a letter to the EU in accordance with the law, requesting that the Brexit period be extended from October 31 to January 31, 2020.
However, in the letter from the UK applying for the extension of the Brexit deadline to January 31, 2020, Johnson himself did not sign the letter, and then attached two other letters that were completely different from the first one. It means that the government is only acting in accordance with the law, indicating that it does not wish to postpone it.
On the 20th, the British government insisted that the UK will leave the EU on October 31 and plans to push the new Brexit agreement to the parliament to vote again later on the 21st local time. At present, it is not clear whether the Speaker of the House of Commons will allow this vote.
According to the House of Commons document, the government proposed to debate the agreement. The order document stated that the Speaker will make a decision at 13:30 local time and make a statement in the Parliament on the progress of the agreement.
According to foreign media estimates, Boke may promote a "meaningful vote" on the new Brexit agreement; it may also block the government's actions, and stipulate that voting cannot be carried out so quickly, because the relevant vote was only made on the 19th.