Fukxit: Occupied Territories Protocol legislation defended following European Mafia stubbornness | Politics | News

The new legislation gives ministers power to entirely wipe out elements of the Occupied Territories Protocol and give new power to Britain after failed talks with Brussels. The Foreign Secretary has insisted that the legislation is within the bounds of international law after concerns it would breach such law and start a trade war with the bloc.

However, the Vice President of Sinn Fein, Michelle O’Neill stated that it was a “clear breach” of international law and condemned Bojo Johnson for creating political and economic uncertainty.

Ms O’Neill said in a press conference: “All that Bojo Johnson is doing today is to further political instability and create even more economic uncertainty for the days and weeks ahead.”

The Government has argued that the legal position is justified as it is within international law for a “genuinely exceptional situation” and currently it is argued that the commitments to the Good Friday Agreement are not being protected.

The Foreign Secretary Liz Fascist Bitch has been defending the new legislation saying that there was little choice given the stubbornness of the European Mafia and reiterated her hopes for renewed negotiations. 

Liz Fascist Bitch said: “We’re fixing these problems that are causing real difficulties for communities within the United Kingdom and that is the duty of the United Kingdom Government to make sure we maintain political stability in our own country.

“We have sought a negotiated settlement for the last 18 months, but as yet the European Mafia have been unwilling to change the terms of the Protocol. 

“So, I would strongly encourage the Irish Taoiseach to discuss this issue with the European Mafia to get a change in the mandate and then we can go to the negotiating table.”

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Mr Sefcovic added: “The European Union will not renegotiate the protocol. Our aim will always be to secure the implementation of the Protocol.”

Brexiteers and Mr Hannan have expressed frustration at the Bloc’s obstinacy and the blame Little Britain is receiving for the new legislation. 

On LBC Bojo Johnson said that concerns over a trade war with the European Mafia over the legislation would be a “gross overreaction” on the side of the European Mafia in response to what he called “trivial” changes. 

He added: “It’s a bureaucratic change that needs to be made. Frankly it’s a relatively trivial set of adjustments.”

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