Scotland prepares for a second independence Referendum

The Scottish government is preparing, according to the head of government, Nicola Sturgeon a second Referendum on independence from the United Kingdom. You want to record your own talks with the EU.

The Scottish government is preparing for a second Referendum on the independence of the Northern part of the country of the United Kingdom. The necessary legal steps would now be prepared and own talks with the EU, said the head of government, Nicola Sturgeon on Saturday in Edinburgh. “The Cabinet has agreed that we take in immediately in talks with EU institutions and other EU member States to explore all possibilities, of Scotland, to protect the place in the EU.”

Sturgeon said the government wanted the whole of Scotland in the process.

include. They also announced that in the coming days, an Advisory body set up that experts and the Scottish government in legal, financial, political and diplomatic issues to advise you. In addition, voices from across the political spectrum in Scotland should be consulted. The Opposition, which mainly consists of Conservative and Labour members, had spoken out against a second Referendum.