Scotland plans new referendum for its independence from Britain in 2023

Chief Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeonproposed to the deputies at holy parliamentthe idea of ​​holding a new independence referendum, to be held in October 2023.

Suggestion given less than 10 years after the last referendum of 2014where Scotland choose, among options “Yes Scotland”for independence from Britain, and options “Together is better”, which advocates immortality in it. In that vote, the No (Better Together) option won, with a historic participation of one 84.6% of the 4.3 million people are eligible to vote.

leader of Scottish National Party (SNP) detailed to parliament that the constituent country of Scotland must report to the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson selected date and seek their formal approval for the consultation to take place. He clarified, however, that his intention was to continue, even without support from London.