Saturday, February 20, 2016

Brexit will be avoidable? Cameron’s deal

David Cameron, Prime Minister of the UK, achieved an agreement with EU counterpart about gaining some privilege. The negotiation was held on Thursday in Brussel.

Brexit, or the UK’s leaving from EU, is a critical issue regarding the sustainability of the EU. David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the UK promised that the referendum will be held on June 23, 2016. Opinions of citizens seem to be split.

BBC: The UK's EU referendum: All you need to know

Cameron himself, and his Conservative Party do not want the UK to leave from EU. However, there are some lawmakers posing as a separatist. Also, complaints of citizens against EU regulations were not ignorable.

Therefore, Cameron claimed that there should be more benefits for the UK to stay in EU. For example, benefits for immigrants to the UK would be suspended for four years because they would potentially get rid of the prosperity and opportunity of native citizens.

As a result, Cameron’s suggestions were accepted to the considerable extent. EU seems to have sacrificed the equality among memberships to fix the UK.

CNN: Cameron: We have a deal with the EU

BBC: EU deal gives UK special status, says PM

I think this deal is not the best, but rather favorable. The UK is a crucial member of EU. On the other hand, remaining in EU is beneficial for almost all British companies. A tremendous risk is immigrants crisis. However, I think the UK can never be free from this matter even if it leaves from EU. It will be not difficult to enter the UK physically. Illegal immigrants are more complicated to deal with appropriately.

I hope the vote will end for the winning of EU supporters. It will be most desirable not only for the UK, but also most Western countries.

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