It’s the end of May! Moscow finds logical the resignation of Theresa May

Theresa May
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - MARCH 22: British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at the Council of the European Union for the first day of the European Council leaders' summit on March 22, 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. European Union leaders meet today for the two-day European Council. The agenda will include discussion on the recent nerve agent attack in Salisbury, which the UK holds the Russian state responsible, and US President Donald Trump's announcement on tariffs for steel and aluminium imports. The proposed Brexit transition deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom is also expected to be approved.(Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — The spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry says it makes sense for Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May to resign on June 7, not hesitating to draw a parallel with the end of May.

Maria Zakharova , spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry, believes that British Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement on Friday (May 24th) that she will resign on June 7th, even allowing herself to be humorous bringing the name of the minister closer to the change in the coming month, from May to June.

“It makes sense: June ends May (“the month of May ends with the beginning of June”), she wrote on Facebook.

Maria Zakharova also shared the video of the British Prime Minister’s announcement of her resignation in which Ms. May begins to cry. The publication is accompanied by the caption “The Oscar”.

On Friday, May 24 in the morning, in front of the famous black gate of 10 Downing Street, Theresa May announced tearfully that she would resign on June 7, leaving her successor a divided country. Affirming her “deep regret at not being able to implement Brexit”, the Prime Minister continued:

“My successor will have to reach a consensus. This consensus will be possible only if, on both sides of the debate, we accept a compromise “. A warning that is particularly addressed to Boris Johnson, former Foreign Minister, a great favorite to his estate and supporter of a hard Brexit.

She will remain in office until a new leader of the Conservative Party is appointed, by July 20.

“I know that the Conservative Party can renew itself in the coming year. I know we can implement Brexit,” said Theresa May as she left.

In office since July 2016, in the wake of the referendum in which a majority of Britons voted for the exit of their country from the EU, Theresa May has failed three times since mid-January to pass the agreement to withdrawal negotiated with Brussels.


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