The analyst said the possible resignation of may after the parliamentary elections

© 2017 AFP / Justin Tallis Prime Minister Theresa may. Archival photoThe analyst said the possible resignation of may after the parliamentary elections© 2017 AFP / Justin Tallis

The resignation of the current Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may possible aftermath of the country’s early parliamentary elections, but to talk about the realism of this forecast earlier, says a senior researcher of the Centre for British studies, Institute of Europe, RIAC expert Kira godovanyuk.

An extraordinary General election to the British Parliament was held on the initiative of the conservative government after Prime Minister Theresa may decided that for the forthcoming negotiations with Brussels on the question of a British exit from the EU requires unity of political London.

Currently, it is estimated 640 of 650 districts. The conservatives have received 311 mandates, labour 259, libdemy – 12, the Scottish national party – 35, other parties – 23. None of the parties is not gaining the 326 votes needed for self-formation of the Cabinet.

«Resign, of course, may be possible. This has already been stated and some members of the Tory party, (the leader of the British labour party), Jeremy Corbyn has already called for the fact that Theresa may has resigned,» said godovanyuk RIA Novosti.

She noted that the main thesis of the conservatives during the election campaign was the thesis of a strong and stable leadership. «They (the conservatives) his campaign was built in contrast to weakening position and the low rating Jeremy Corbin, and that’s just the results of the election campaign show that the tories are much much surrendered their positions, and the gap between labour and the tories have rapidly decreased recently,» said godovanyuk, noting that at the beginning of the election campaign the tories ratings exceeded the ratings of labour by about 20 points.

«The resignation (Theresa may) really can be. It is now on the agenda. Talking about possible candidates for the post of leader, the current Minister of foreign Affairs of Boris Johnson or the Minister for British exit from the EU David Davis. How are these forecasts realistic, I say is very difficult,» — said senior researcher of the Centre for British studies, Institute of Europe RAS.

According to her, everything will depend on whether the tories do retain power, to form a government, to seek a coalition with another party.

It is expected that the Prime Minister of great Britain Teresa may at 10.00 (12.00 GMT) will make a statement on the results of snap parliamentary elections.

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