PORTRAIT – As soon as the UK-EU divorce agreement is signed, the Scottish First Minister, who is unafraid of obstacles, announced she would call for a new self-determination referendum and strike at the door to the EU.
“We will be back soon.” At the start of 2021, the video spot for the European Union broadcast on social networks by the Scottish authorities is more than nostalgia: it is a declaration of intent. Quite clearly, he postulates that a future independent Scotland will apply for EU membership without delay. There is, however, a long way from the cup to the lips. Such a project supposes that London gives the green light to a new referendum on independence, that a majority of Scots respond with a yes and that Brussels is ready to welcome secessionists.
Nicola Sturgeon is not afraid of obstacles. Immediately after the UK-EU divorce agreement, the Scottish First Minister, who heads the government of Edinburgh and presides over the destinies of the Scottish National Party (SNP), announced that she would call for a new self-determination referendum and knock on the door of the EU.
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