Northern Ireland on 2 March to the polls

Northern Ireland on 2 March to the polls

World January 16, 2017 18:27

belfast - Northern Ireland is on 2 March to the polls to elect a new parliament. That the British minister for Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire published Monday.

The parliament of Northern Ireland fell on January 9 when the Deputy Prime Minister of the UK region of Northern Ireland, Martin McGuinness, resigned after a row over the policies of its coalition partner, Prime Minister Arlene Foster. They would be responsible for mismanagement of sustainable energy.

The fall of the government came to an awkward moment, just now going to leave Britain to the European Union. Elections in Northern Ireland at the time that London is trying to withdraw from the union (Brexit), the political tensions over the Brexit may increase further. Northern Ireland does not want EU majority.

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