Scottish leader will go a long way in order to vote on secession

Scotland will consider all the options, if the government is blocking Scotland's desire to vote on secession. Scotland is ready to once again to vote on sece

Scottish leader will go a long way in order to vote on secession

Scotland will consider all the options, if the government is blocking Scotland's desire to vote on secession.

Scotland is ready to once again to vote on secession from the Uk.

this is the clear message Thursday from the scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon from The Scottish Nationalparti (SNP).

She adds that she will "consider all options" if the prime minister Boris Johnson and the british government is trying to block her desire.

- I often get asked the question: "What will you do if Boris Johnson says no?". As I have said before, so I will consider all reasonable opportunities to secure Scotland's right to self-determination.

the Sturgeon and the SNP got a good choice, since the british a week ago was in the ballot box. Here the insured party himself 47 out of the 59 seats to the parliament, which fought on in Scotland.

Immediately after the notice of the Sturgeon a vote on secession.

the Scots, said by no to be detached from the united kingdom in 2014. 55 percent said no, while 45 percent said yes.

since then, the united kingdom has, however, voted to leave the EU.

It is a decision that a majority of scots disagree and, therefore, has the separatist movement again has the wind in its sails.

Prime minister Boris Johnson has so far indicated that he will not allow even a vote on scottish secession.

But Johnson's approach to the issue is to push Scotland closer to a goodbye to the Uk, points to the Sturgeon.

- The more a tory government tries to block the scottish people's will, the more contempt they show for scottish democracy, the more support for independence rise, says the SNP leader.

As I see it, so wound with their short-term strategy, the seeds of their defeat in the longer term, says Sturgeon.

/ritzau/Reuters

Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 12:00

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