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Supărați pentru Brexit Presa Progresistă europeană şi mondială JUBILEAZĂ după ce Conservatorii britanici nu mai au majoritate absolută. Spiegel called her 'Die eiernde Lady' - Doamna vagaboandă-ticăloasă. Corriere della Sera: 'She is not Margaret Thatcher'
Nota Redacției - Care e MIZA acestor alegeri din Marea Britanie
MIZA acestor alegeri din Marea Britanie este decizia pe care Marea Britanie trebuie să o ia în legătură cu Brexit-ul: "Hard Brexit" sau "Soft Brexit"
Theresa May şi o mare parte din conservatori (sprijiniți de America lui Donald Trump), îşi doresc un "Hard Brexit" în timp ce Progresiştii internaționalişti care conduc Uniunea Europeană își doresc un "Soft Brexit".
"Hard Brexit-ul" - dorit de conservatorii britanci înseamnă că Marea Britanie va avea frontiere solide, că nu va exista libera circulație între Marea Britanie şi Uniunea Europeană, şi că prin urmare nu se vor putea vărsa în Marea Britanie sute de mii de imigranți dintre milioanele de imigranți ilegali încurajați să vină în Europa din Africa şi din Orient.
"Hard Brexit-ul" - dorit de conservatorii britani înseamnă că nu va exista o piață liberă întrw Marea Britanie şi Uniunea Europeană şi că schimburile comerciale se vor face pe bază de acorduri economice bilaterale între Uniunea Europeană şi Marea Britanie.
"Soft Brexit" - dorit de globaliştii mondiali şi de cei de la Uniunea Europeană înseamnă "aceeași Mărie cu altă Pălărie": lubera circulație a persoanelor inckusiv (așa vum am văzut) a migrației ikegale ce aduce milioane de migranți şi piață liberă glibalistă în care să-şi facă de cap multinaționalele (în acest caz mai ales cele germane). Ăsta e ceea ce dorește Federalizare UE după Brexit.
Exact aşa um au inventat Parteneriatul Civil ca echivalent al Căsătoriei ca să prostească lumea, exact așa au inventat acum așa zisul Soft Brexit ca să țină Marea Britanie legată cu lanțuri de suprastructura federală progresisto-mondialistă numită UE.
Dezastru electoral al Conservatorilor
Revista Spiegel, folosind stilul german pentru a o compara cu Margaret Thatcher, la numit în schimb Corbyn liderul opoziției laburiste, a cerut primului ministru să demisioneze după ce conservatorii au pierdut 12 locuri pe întreaga țară şi nu mai au majoritatea absolută în parlament.
Revista Spiegel, folosind stilul german agresiv a scris că Theresa May e vagaboanda ticăloasă , în timp ce italienii de la Corriere della Sera au scria că Theresa May nu se poate compara cu Margaret Thacher.
Ziarele din Europa au analizat modul în care înfrângerea Partidului Tory (Conservator) ar putea afecta negocierile pentru Brexit
Revista Spiegel din Spania a numit-o "Die Eiernde Lady" - doamna vagabondă-ticăloasă, Corriere della Sera din Italia, spune: "Nu este Margaret Thatcher"
Presa europeană - condusă de germani - a fost cea care a criticat-o rapid pe Theresa May, după dezastrul electoral conservator.
Noaptea trecută, liderul Partidului Laburist, Jeremy Corbyn, i-a cerut primului ministru să demisioneze după ce conservatorii au au pierdut 12 locuri în întreaga țară şi nu mai au majoritate absolută în parlament.
Ziarele din întreaga Europă au discutat pe larg, de asemenea, despre modul în care înfrângerea Tory ar putea avea un impact asupra negocierilor Brexit, care urmează să înceapă pe 19 iunie.
Revista Spiegel, folosind stilul german pentru a o compara cu Margaret Thatcher, la numit în schimb "Die eiernde Lady" - doamna ticăloasă
Spiegel a continuat: "Premierul britanic Theresa May a jucat poker și a pierdut aproape totul. După o noapte memorabilă, țara este paralizată politic. Și este complet neclar ce vor face de aici.
May "Nu mai este stabilă - cel puțin nu pentru slujba ei. Astfel, sarcinile sunt acum enorme: guvernul trebuie să organizeze procesul de divorț cu UE, pentru care nu există un model istoric; Trebuie să înfrunte forțele centrifuge din propria țară și, în special, să vadă în Scoția și Irlanda de Nord pentru a se asigura că Regatul Unit rămâne un Regatul Unit.
Spiegel a numit-o pe Teresa May "Die Eiernde Lady" - Doamna vagabondă ticăloasă, iar Corriere della Sera din Italia, scrie: "Nu este Margaret Thatcher"
Presa europeană - condusă de germani - a fost rapid să se frământa pe Theresa May, deoarece lumea reacționează la dezastrul electoral conservator.
A continuat: "Premierul britanic Theresa May a jucat poker și a pierdut aproape totul. După o noapte memorabilă, țara este paralizată politic. Și este complet neclar de unde pleacă de aici.
"Nu mai este stabilă - cel puțin nu pentru slujba ei. Astfel, sarcinile sunt acum enorme: guvernul trebuie să organizeze procesul de divorț cu UE, pentru care nu există un model istoric; Trebuie să înfrunte forțele centrifuge din propria țară și, în special, să vadă în Scoția și Irlanda de Nord pentru a se asigura că Regatul Unit rămâne un Regatul Unit.
Conservative election disaster
Corbyn called on the PM to resign after she lost 12 seats across the country
Newspapers discussed how the Tory defeat could impact Brexit negotiations
Germany's Spiegel magazine called her 'Die eiernde Lady' - the wobbly lady Italy's Corriere della Sera says: 'She is no Margaret Thatcher'
European press - led by the Germans - have been quick to mock Theresa May as the world reacts to the Conservative election disaster.
Last night, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called on the Prime Minister to resign after she lost 12 seats across the country. Newspapers across Europe have also discussed how the Tory defeat could impact Brexit negotiations which are due to begin on June 19.
Spiegel magazine, using German wordplay to compare her to Margaret Thatcher, called her instead 'Die eiernde Lady' - the wobbly lady.
Spiegel magazine, using German wordplay to compare her to Margaret Thatcher, called her instead 'Die eiernde Lady' - the wobbly lady
Newspapers across Europe have also discussed how the Tory defeat could impact Brexit negotiations which are due to begin on June 19
It went on: 'Britain's Prime minister Theresa May has been playing poker - and has lost almost everything. After a memorable night, the country is politically paralyzed. And it's completely unclear where it goes from here.
'It is not stable any more - at least not for her job. So the tasks now are enormous: the government must organise the divorce process with the EU, for which there is no historical role model; It must tame the centrifugal forces in its own country and, in particular, look to Scotland and Northern Ireland to ensure that the United Kingdom remains a United Kingdom.
Norway's Klassekampen said: 'Labor and Jeremy Corbyn have almost captured the lead to Theresa May before today's election: They underestimated us.'
Germany's best selling Bild newspaper said: 'Will May resign today? Is there an exit before Brexit?'
'Election quake in the UK! Theresa May has gambled – and her Tories lose an absolute majority, instead of being strengthened, from the election.
'When the BBC's first extrapolations were shown last night at a party in London's Trafalgar Square, some guests stormed out of the room in fright. They too were sure that Theresa May would get a large majority in Parliament. In London it is known as MAY-DAY!
Italy's Corriere della Sera, in its online headline, says: 'Theresa's gamble failed, she is no Margaret Thatcher' +17
Another Italian paper La Repubblica says in its online headline: 'May's gamble fails, loses her majority'
'However, the hope of a withdrawal from the exit – that is, a departure from the Brexit – remains low. Rupert Harrison, former chief adviser of former Treasury secretary George Osborne and now fund manager at BlackRock, said to Bild: 'A Conservative government will carry out the Brexit. There's no going back. '
'Nevertheless, with this election result, it is not easy for May to lead the negotiations with the EU out of a position of strength.'
It added: 'An election debacle before the start of Brexit negotiations. Theresa May is facing an exit from her own party.
'With the election she wanted to expand the parliamentary majority of her Conservative Party and win more tailwind for the Brexit negotiations with the EU.
'But now she will probably lose her office. After the fantastic poll values of four weeks ago, this is a bitter slap for May!'
Die Welt declared: 'Theresa May pays for her risky game.' It condemned her campaign as a 'disaster' and also questioned how long she could remain in office.
'Election disaster for May - what now for Brexit?' asked the Merkur.de news website.
It went on: 'MEPs are uneasy about the Brexit negotiations because of the weakness of the British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Denmark's leading broadsheet Politiken said: 'What now, UK? May went from Brexit Queen to disaster in seven weeks'
Norway's Klassekampen said: 'Labor and Jeremy Corbyn have almost captured the lead to Theresa May before today's election: They underestimated us'
'The time for a sensible negotiation of the British EU exit is very scarce, given the unclear leadership situation,' said the Green Europe chief Reinhard Bütikofer.
'The CDU MEP and Brexit expert Elmar Brok described Mays's authority as severely damaged. 'It is now very exciting for the negotiations,' he said.
'Hard Brexit? Soft Brexit? The message of the British electorate is not easy to decipher, given the unclear majority situation. It is clear that may does not have her own majority for her very tough negotiating line without any major concessions to the EU.
'Will May be able to get a government that can vigorously defend its positions at the negotiating table at all? Will it be dependent on partners who bring more willingness to compromise? Are there even fresh elections planned and therefore a further month-long suspension?
'Brussels is looking to the United Kingdom with unease.'
Germany's Die Welt website simply says: 'Conservatives lose majority - May speaks at 11 am'
The Berliner Zeitung said: 'Setback instead of tailwind: British Prime Minister Theresa May is standing in front of a pile of debris after the reelection that had been put forward on her initiative.
'In Parliament the Conservatives lose their majority – the clear mandate they want for the Brexit negotiations with the European Union does not exist. No one knows whether, in these difficult circumstances, by March 2019, an orderly and all-enduring EU exit of the United Kingdom will indeed be successful.'
'Brexit timetable spoiled,' said business bible Manager Magazin. 'Germany industry concerned.'
It added: 'The German economy is very concerned about the electoral outcome in the United Kingdom. With the parliamentary election, the uncertainty in the German economy is rising, leading the chief executive of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) Martin Wansleben, to lament: 'The roadmap for the Brexit negotiations is now wasted.'
'Foreign Trade President Anton Börner is also expecting new uncertainties around the Brexit. 'This is not a cause for Schadenfreude because this is bad news for Brussels.'
Chile's El Mercurio said: 'The Conservative party continues with the most votes, but does not retain a large majority in Parliament'
'May loses absolute majority in parliament,' said the broadsheet Sueddeutsche Zeitung. 'What this political insecurity means in the short term for the exit negotiations with EU remains unclear.
The Netherlands' nrc.next said: 'May's big gamble is wrong' while Greece's Ta Nea includes a graphic with the United Kingdom inside one of Theresa May's famous leopard print shoes.
The Wall Street Journal said: 'U.K. Polls Point to No Majority; Outcom would represent a major setback for Prime Minister May'.
Italy's Corriere della Sera said: 'Exit poll: May retreats, she has no majority' while Fintan O'Toole, a columnist for The Irish Times, said: 'Queen Theresa ousted in ignominy; In all of this panic there has been a deep undermining of the idea of political authority'.
Ouest France, another of the biggest papers in France, pointed to: 'An election for nothing', saying that a 'profoundly disorientated Britain' had voted.
Le Monde, the most famous paper in the country, meanwhile suggested that Britain was facing up to the prospect of 'terribly fragile' minority government that will be a 'blow to the Brexit schedule'.
Le Monde quoted academics from the London School of Economics (LSE), including Professor Iain Begg who said: 'It's a disaster for Theresa May. Her leadership is being questioned and she will be under pressure to resign if the results are confirmed.'
Tony Travers, also of the LSE, told Le Monde: 'It seems that there will be instability and it will be more difficult for the British government to negotiate Brexit from a firm position.'
Election disaster for May - what now for Brexit?
Jean-Baptise Duval, economic editor of the French Huffington Post, said: 'The result is the exact opposite of the one Theresa May wanted. She, who was counting on a large victory to reinforce her hard Brexit line, will start negotiations weakened against the EU.'
And Le Croix newspaper said: 'The opposition Labour leader, the very Left-wing Jeremy Corbyn, was the big winner in the parliamentary elections on Thursday, increasing the score of his party when he was considered beaten and mocked within his own party.'
AFP, France's national news agency, set the tone for coverage, writing: 'The Conservative prime minister Theresa May was in a hurry to resign on Friday, after her Conservative Party lost its absolute majority in the British parliament.'
The report suggested that it was 'a result that plunged [Britain] into uncertainty before the opening of Brexit negotiations.'
AFP suggested it was a 'a personal failure for Mrs May, who had called the legislative elections anticipating a large majority to negotiate the exit from the European Union.
'The Conservatives were ahead in the polls but lost a dozen seats, while the Labour opposition won around thirty, according to these almost certain results after which the Tories will not be able to obtain an absolute majority.'
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