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Brexit: EU Parliament dissatisfied with proposals

Monday, August 28th, 2017 | World News

It is certain that Britain will leave the European Union. However, many legal and financial questions remain unclear. There are also start-up difficulties in the third round of negotiations.

At the start of the negotiations on the EU's exit from the UK, EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has shown dissatisfaction with the progress made so far. "To be honest, I am worried," he said on Monday with a view to negotiating. The British must finally make sure that their positions are clear. The papers presented so far are therefore not sufficient.

The British negotiator David Davis, on the other hand, called on the EU side for more "flexibility and imagination". This is the only way to make progress. He pointed to a series of strategy papers that his ministry had published in recent weeks. It calls on London to hold talks on the withdrawal and a future agreement at the same time.

Severe economic consequences
The next three days will focus on UK financial commitments, the future status of the Northern Irish-Irish border and the rights of EU citizens. Clear progress in these areas is a prerequisite for the EU to discuss future EU relations with Great Britain.

The aim of the negotiations is a comprehensive agreement which answers both the questions of separation and the future relations of both sides. The Brexit is scheduled to take place at the end of March 2019. If there is no agreement, Britain will leave the EU unregulated. This could, for example, have serious economic consequences.

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