What is ‘ Article 50 ‘? And why are there so many people who have signed an online petition against this?

Article 50 establishes the procedure whereby a country can withdraw from the EU.

However, In British jargon, “article 50” simply means Brexit.

The petition is therefore about blowing off Brexit.

-Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon describes how a Member State can detach itself from the EU. It involves a 2-year negotiation period after which a Member State is no longer a member of the EU and is no longer subject to the EU treaties. One can also request an extension or stop the process, although it is not explicitly mentioned in the Treaty of Lisbon, the EU has decided that any renewal can only happen once.The UK has received an extension of 3 months as the 1st.

-On 29 March 2017, the 1st Minister of the UK activated article 50 which would have left the EU on 29 March 2019 at 11 a.m.As a result, European elections are organised in May 2019, in which the number of seats is reduced and redistributed according to the countries that are still part of the EU. These elections take place from 23 -26 May 2019 Https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eu. ..

In my opinion, the seats should be divided, and those who now sit in front of the UK should be separated, their countries have chosen to leave the union, so let their countries find a job for them in the meantime that they are still member Z of the Union.They can sit in Parliament, solved the problem that men are never all present and it concerns 73 people.

-On 20 March 2019, the UK asked for an extension of Article 50 to 30 June 2019 because the negotiations were rather stiff.The EU has indicated that each extension is one-off.

-A Member State may, however, withdraw Article 50 and stop the process of leaving the union.The Union has informed us that, however, this must be done to remain with the Union, not to win time.

In theory, the UK could withdraw article 50 after a 1st extension of Article 50.To then re-activate article 50 and then again have 2 years to negotiate and request a renewal.

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Update

A few hours after I gave this answer, I heard from Steve Hilton, the senior advisor to former prime minister Cameron that current prime Minister May, before she was prime minister was opposed to the UK’s plan to loosen the EU. That she, a counterposition of the division, must lead the division into good jobs.Steve Hilton is in favour of loosenating himself without conditions, so Thatcher would have done it too.

In that article, the withdrawal from the EU is contained.Because many British are opposed to retirement, they sign that petition.

A Brexit gives Scotland, Wales and Ulster the right (perhaps not formally) to separate itself from the rest of England.The United States has become so powerful because POTUS Lincoln has been in the national sense that leaving the Union is impossible. In Russia, Chechnya wanted to divorce and they paid it with a lot of killing and a destroyed capital.

Article 50 deals with border surveillance and surveillance of aliens.Here it is about the border between Ireland and Ulster/Norland, and Brexit negotiations because Ulster belongs to England.

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