BRUSSELS: It was all an unexpected and unforgettable day for the British Prime Minister David Cameroon, as the referendum on whether Britain should remain in the European Union or not, has went against the likes of Cameroon. The Prime Minister has done all the aggressive campaigning asking the citizens to vote for unity, citing that the decision against the union may result in severe economic consequences.
However, at the end 52% of the British citizens opted to leave the European Union. Hours after the outcome of the result, Prime Minister David Cameroon announced his resignation after October, 2016. Replying to the EU chiefs statement asking the British to leave the union as soon as possible Mr Cameroon said, “The issue will be dealt by my successor. All the negotiations will be made by him, including ‘triggering Article 50′ in the parliament”.
Earlier, a joint statement from the Chiefs of the European Union said, “We now expect the United Kingdom government to make arrangements to leave the union as soon as possible, as per the wishes of the British people. Any delay would unnecessarily prolong the uncertainty”.
Though Cameroon said that his successor would look after the process, the European leaders demanded that the process must start immediately. One of the chiefs, Mr Juncker said, “We have certain rules to deal with such things and everything will be done in an orderly way, in accordance with the rules. We are ready to start negotiations with the United Kingdom, regarding the terms and conditions of its withdrawal from the EU”.