Friday, it is expected that newly elected british parliament to vote on the legislative package, paving the way for Johnson's brexitplan.
Britain's prime minister, Boris Johnson, has scraped the line up for Friday to take a decisive step in order to "complete" brexit once and for all - more than three years after the british voted to leave the EU.
This writes the news agency dpa.
Johnson is expected to present the legislative package that will pave the way for the adoption of the brexitplan, as he has negotiated with the european UNION before the recent parliamentary elections in the Uk.
the Agreement was before the election voted down in the house of Commons several times. But after the elections 12. december has Johnson's conservative party secured a solid majority in the 365 out of the House of 650 seats.
Hence, should the way be paved for that Johnson may have adopted its brexitplan, with which he can move one step closer to fulfilling his election promise to "get the brexit completed" no later than 31. January 2020.
Friday is expected to vote on the legislative package to be held, which by all accounts will send the british on christmas one step closer to a goodbye to the EU.
It writes the AFP news agency.
Then waiting for the crucial vote on the brexitplanen, when the british politicians return from christmas vacation.
After the election, Johnson scored a discretion, as his predecessor, Theresa May, had never in his time as prime minister.
- A new golden age for the Uk is now within reach, said Johnson during his opening speech for the new parliament on Thursday.
the Uk "take back control of our money, laws, borders, and trade and paving the road for our overall plan for national renewal", sounded it on.
If the british formally leaving the EU at the end of January, follows an 11-month-long transitional period.
In this period the parties must negotiate a number of things in place around everything from trade to security and data protection.
Officials from the european UNION has, however, warned that such negotiations often take several years.
But after the election, Johnson presented a bill to prohibit the postponement of the negotiations with the EU after december 2020.
Thus has he actually brought the possibility of a so-called "hard" brexit without an agreement back on the negotiating table.
the draft law on the transition period is expected to be included as part of the total brexitlovpakke, which is expected to be presented Friday.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 11:00