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蘇格蘭首席部長施雅晴宣布將會尋求英國政府許可最遲在2019年初再就獨立舉行公投 [復制鏈接]

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蘇格蘭宣布再尋求獨立公投


【Now新聞台】蘇格蘭首席部長施雅晴宣布,將會尋求英國政府許可,最遲在2019年初再就蘇格蘭獨立舉行公投。

施雅晴表示,蘇格蘭人必須由獨立或「硬脫歐」中任選其一。她會在下周促請蘇格蘭議會,啟動尋求倫敦政府批准立法進行獨立公投的程序,會在英國脫歐細節落實後,在2018年底至19年初再次舉行獨立公投。

蘇格蘭有六成二民眾在脫歐公投選擇留在歐盟,施雅晴指她曾與英國政府就脫歐討論妥協方案,但對方未有理會。

英國首相文翠珊的發言人表示,蘇格蘭再舉行獨立公投,不但對社會造成撕裂,亦會對英國經濟帶來傷害。在野工黨領袖郝爾彬亦表明不支持獨立公投,說蘇格蘭工黨會予以反對。

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Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to seek second referendum

Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.
Ms Sturgeon said she wanted a vote to be held between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of the following year.
That would coincide with the expected conclusion of the UK's Brexit negotiations.
The Scottish first minister said the move was needed to protect Scottish interests in the wake of the UK voting to leave the EU.
She will ask the Scottish Parliament next Tuesday to request a Section 30 order from Westminster.
The order would be needed to allow a fresh legally-binding referendum on independence to be held.

Prime Minister Theresa May has so far avoided saying whether or not she would grant permission.
Responding to Ms Sturgeon's announcement, Mrs May said a second independence referendum would set Scotland on course for "uncertainty and division" and insisted that the majority of people in Scotland did not want another vote on the issue.
She added: "The tunnel vision that SNP has shown today is deeply regrettable.
"Instead of playing politics with the future of our country, the Scottish government should focus on delivering good government and public services for the people of Scotland. Politics is not a game."
But speaking at her official Bute House residence in Edinburgh, Ms Sturgeon said the people of Scotland must be offered a choice between a "hard Brexit" and becoming an independent country.
The Scottish government has published proposals which it says would allow Scotland to remain a member of the European single market even if the rest of the UK leaves, which Mrs May has said it will.

Analysis by Philip Sim, BBC Scotland political reporter

Game on. Next week Nicola Sturgeon will go to Holyrood seeking a Section 30 order for "indyref2".
This part, at least, should be pretty simple. There is a pro-independence majority at Holyrood; the Greens should back the SNP, so Holyrood should return a call for a second referendum.
Will the UK government give permission? Technically, they could say no. But politically, it might be very difficult for them to refuse outright.
The real battle here may not be over whether there is a referendum, but when.
Ms Sturgeon is clear she wants the vote to take place before Brexit is complete, in the spring of 2019.
The UK government may well argue it should take place after that, so there can be full focus on the tricky task of Brexit itself.
There remains a lot of detail to be hammered out before we get back on the campaign trail.

The first minister said the UK government had not "moved even an inch in pursuit of compromise and agreement" since the Brexit referendum, which saw Scotland vote by 62% to 38% in favour of Remain while the UK as a whole voted to leave by 52% to 48%.
The EU Withdrawal Bill is widely expected to complete its final stages in the UK Parliament later on Monday, which would allow Mrs May to then trigger Article 50 - which formally starts the Brexit process - as early as Tuesday.
Ms Sturgeon said Scotland stood at a "hugely important crossroads", and insisted she would continue to attempt to reach a compromise with the UK government.
But she added: "I will take the steps necessary now to make sure that Scotland will have a choice at the end of this process.
"A choice of whether to follow the UK to a hard Brexit, or to become an independent country able to secure a real partnership of equals with the rest of the UK and our own relationship with Europe."

Ms Sturgeon continued: "The Scottish government's mandate for offering this choice is beyond doubt.
"So next week I will seek the approval of the Scottish Parliament to open discussions with the UK government on the details of a Section 30 order - the procedure that will enable the Scottish Parliament to legislate for an independence referendum."
Ms Sturgeon said it was "important that Scotland is able to exercise the right to choose our own future at a time when the options are clearer than they are now, but before it is too late to decide on our own path."
She said that the detailed arrangements for a referendum - including its timing - should be for the Scottish Parliament to decide.
But she said it was important to be "frank about the challenges we face and clear about the opportunities independence will give us to secure our relationship with Europe, build a stronger and more sustainable economy and create a fairer society."

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-39255181