Scottish Chief Minister: Scots should have the right to choose whether to become independent

Scottish Chief Minister: Scots should have the right to choose whether to become independent
Xinhua News Agency, London, February 11th (Reporter Gui Tao) The chief minister of the Scottish Government of the United Kingdom, Scottish Nationalist Party leader Nikolaster King, 北京夜网 said in London on the 11th that the Scots should have the right to choose whether to be independent again.  At the press briefing organized by the British Foreign Journalists Association on the same day, Sturgeon said that Brexit was against the will of the Scots and the Scots should have the right to re-opt out of the United Kingdom.  She also stressed that the goal of Scotland’s independence must be achieved through a legal second referendum.Scotland is holding a ‘legal’ second referendum because the referendum and its results must be accepted and recognized by the international community.  Sturgeon said that he would continue to communicate with the British government and work hard to promote a second independent referendum because this is a path that can be made.  According to British law, Scotland’s second independent referendum must be approved by the British government and parliament.  In January this year, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson explicitly rejected Scotland’s request for a second independent referendum during the year, saying that the second referendum would put Scotland in a political deadlock again.  In September 2014, Scotland held a referendum on whether to leave the United Kingdom, and eventually chose to stay in the United Kingdom with 55% opposition and 45% support.Scotland and the EU have close economic relations, and most Scottish voters chose to support staying in Europe in the UK ‘s 2016 referendum. Original title: Chief Minister of Scotland: Scots should have the right to choose whether to become independent