The bid to get the referendum bill passed in the parliament is coming out as a big fail in favour of Theresa May. Her persuasions to make both the members of the labour party and the ruling party, the pro-Brexit and the anti-Brexit are coming out futile. As her last chance may have offered both the party’s members of the parliament to cast their vote on the possibility to have another referendum. It is possible as long as they are willing to back her bill. However, with the scanty amount of enthusiasm simmering within both the parties, the success of the second reading of the EU seems a desolate achievement. The date of the voting is due on the 3rd of July 2019, the state visit of the president of the united states, Donald Trump on the 7th of July could put the voting procedure under standstill or even worse could put it off the chart. Her desperate plea to compromise on the laws of Brexit to her fellow political companions might lead her to loosen her next meaningful vote by the age of 58.
What Would Happen If The Bill Passes?
Even if by a sheer state of a miracle she manages to pass the bill, it would call for further uncertainty in the Westminister. As the second stage would appear, both the house of lords and the house of commons have to suggest the few necessary amendments in the bill before it reaches to the table of the house of Commons to get the final voting. Political experts believe that to get the secure her position in this point, the prime minister seems to offer the referendum. It depends upon the success of the referendum if either the procedure of Brexit comes to a halt or if the United Kingdom is left without a deal. Nevertheless, there is not any clear indication provided to this procedure, but it is speculated that prime minister Theresa may surely and eagerly want to provide her MPs with ample amount of time to consider and reconsider the bill properly. If that happens the construction of the referendum might take weeks or even months to formulate as well as organise, this would push the date of the verdict to October and further to the end, for it is signed with the royal assent and becoming law. Therefore if the bill passes the polity of the united kingdom may lead up to delayed outcry and a reason for increased wrangling within the parliament.
The Expert’s Speculation
The experts believe it might form an estimate of twenty-one to twenty-three weeks to pass the bill and turn it into law. But for that may have a challenge in front of her to get the bill through the reading of the second stage. The possibilities of that occurrence seem distant. Mrs may be forever against for the contesting of elections on the 23rd of May and the advent of Donald Trump as well the voting for the referendum will give a few weeks spare.
The summer chaos is all set to kick if in case the second reading is not approved. The chances of that are seemingly high and so are of the tory’s leadership contest.