Saturday, March 25, 2017

United Kingdom: Demonstration In London Against Brexit

Tens of thousands of people marched in London against the Brexit until the bereaved parliament on Wednesday by an attack that killed four people.

Under a beautiful sun and with the motto "United for Europe" and "Make your voice heard, stop the Brexit", 80,000 people, according to the organizers, have walked the streets of London despite the increased security measures.


With a number of blue European flags with golden stars, they waved a multitude of placards, which read: "Tomorrow watches go back one hour, Wednesday will go back 40 years", "Terrorism is not going We divide, the Brexit if "," I'm 15, I want to be made my future "or" We are not afraid ".

Tens of thousands of people marched in London against the Brexit until the bereaved parliament on Wednesday by an attack that killed four people.

Under a beautiful sun and with the motto "United for Europe" and "Make your voice heard, stop the Brexit", 80,000 people, according to the organizers, have walked the streets of London despite the increased security measures.
With a number of blue European flags with golden stars, they waved a multitude of placards, which read: "Tomorrow watches go back one hour, Wednesday will go back 40 years", "Terrorism is not going We divide, the Brexit if "," I'm 15, I want to be made my future "or" We are not afraid ".

One minute of silence was observed at Parliament Square as a tribute to the four people killed Wednesday and about 50 people injured by 52-year-old Khalid Masood, who broke several people with his car on the Westminster Bridge before stabbing Killed a policeman in front of Parliament.




The leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Fallon insisted on the rostrum that "democracy continues," adding, "We are here despite this attack."

With a number of blue European flags with golden stars, they waved a multitude of placards, which read: "Tomorrow watches go back one hour, Wednesday will go back 40 years", "Terrorism is not going We divide, the Brexit if "," I'm 15, I want to be made my future "or" We are not afraid ".

One minute of silence was observed at Parliament Square as a tribute to the four people killed Wednesday and about 50 people injured by 52-year-old Khalid Masood, who broke several people with his car on the Westminster Bridge before stabbing Killed a policeman in front of Parliament.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Fallon insisted on the rostrum that "democracy continues," adding, "We are here despite this attack."

"My passport says maybe I'm Spanish but my heart is British," said Joan Pons, a Spanish nurse who has lived for 17 years in the UK and works for the British Health Service (NHS).

"We will not be intimidated, we will be united and supportive, we will march through the heart of our democracy and take back our streets in honor of those who have fallen," the organizers said. Gathering after the attack before finally holding the event.
The march coincides with the sixtieth anniversary of the creation of the European Union which is celebrated in Rome, where the political leaders of the 27 Member States besides the United Kingdom must meet to prepare for the Brexit negotiations.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Theresa May will formally launch the Brexit which will open two years of negotiations to organize the divorce with the EU.

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