Wednesday, May 27, the British government announced a bill confirming the organization by the end of 2017 a referendum on Should the UK remain a member of the EU or not. Details will be presented on Thursday at the deputies before being discussed in the House of Commons. This attitude illustrates the will of the Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron to advance as quickly in this case.
The question posed to the British should be: “Should the UK remain a member of the EU? “A positive formulation that places the Europhiles in the yes side. Mr. Cameron himself in favor of keeping the country in a reformed European Union, must raise the subject at the weekend in meetings scheduled with Hollande in Paris and with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.
The bill on the referendum was announced in Parliament by Westminster Elizabeth II on the occasion of the traditional discourse of the Queen. Read by the sovereign, but written by the government, it outlines the legislative program and marks the opening of the annual parliamentary session.
Mr Cameron had promised during his election campaign to organize this consultation in case of victory in the elections of May 7 that his party won largely deal with Labour . This success has allowed the Tories to win a short absolute majority in the House of Commons.
During this speech, the 62nd since the beginning of her reign, in 1953, the queen said the government would organize a referendum at the end of one phase of renegotiation of membership conditions of UK in the European Union . On another key point , the issue of replacement of the European Convention on Human Rights by a British text, the government finally decided to arrange a consultation. This controversy about meeting strong opposition even in the Conservative ranks .