Wednesday, 20 March, British Prime Minister Theresa May will submit to the House of Commons for the third time her agreement with the European Union to exit, and this time may pass by a small margin, provided that it is submitted to the referendum. Year during a month at most, and then agreeing to it and conducting the formal separation before May 26th, where the European Parliament elections ... This seems a suitable scenario now to get out of the narrow door of the three-year Brexit crisis, and we can refute the logic of this proposition through points Next ...

First ... As the secession referendum came in June 2016 with a slight difference in favor of the exit by 52%, it is only natural that the parliamentary and popular approval of the exit agreement come close to after Several arduous rounds of attempts to reach an agreement with the European Union and its refusal to open the door to negotiation again on the one hand, as well as the two-time rejection on the part of the British Parliament on the other hand, and the rest of the parties bored of the length of Brexit’s narrative and put them before difficult options open to possibilities

Second ... The first parliamentary vote on January 15th came with a result of 432 rejecting the approval of 202 members. As for the second vote on March 12, the percentage of rejection decreased to 391. Only in exchange for a higher approval to 242 members ... meaning that Theresa May succeeded in attracting about 10% of the refusers to her class and adding about 20% to the mass of approvalers within two months, and this is an important success despite being difficult and slow, but confirmed by the March 13 vote On the disastrous exit without agreement, which came close and revealing 312 refusal to leave without agreement in exchange for the approval of 308 deputies.

Third ... Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labor Party, has not yet succeeded in overthrowing the government of Theresa May despite all the storms that she faced, but rather reached a dead end in which he considers the agreement on the current agreement with a condition put to a public referendum to wash his hands out of three things, the first is the completion of a painful exit For the economy without an agreement and the chaos it creates in the markets in the short term ... The second thing is to hold voters responsible for agreeing to the current May agreement, which he severely criticizes, and it is the path that is fully consistent with the result of the secession referendum in June 2016 ... The third thing Corbin does not prefer him not to get involved in a new European Parliament elections E demolishes the values ​​of democracy in his country and confirms the great failure of the House of Commons in managing the Brexit dossier

Fourth ... the harmony and coherence of Theresa May's vision with the European Union so far, describing the current agreement as the only and useful way to leave Britain and their mutual warnings of the consequences of continued refusal.

Fourth ... With the European Parliament elections approaching in late May and the hard-right parties reaching the Parliament seats, in addition to the New Zealand terrorist incident, which is strongly supported by the ideas of the extreme right ... all this scene with its overlapping details presses towards agreeing to a quick solution that cuts off the road to Britain's participation in Parliament's elections. ..