US News: BREXIT: British requirements Unacceptable

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Faced with the London Owner concerning the questioning of the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union, the EU must remain firm, both To safeguard peace in Ireland as to defend the single market.

Editorial. We believed the nightmare of Brexit finished. It is not so. Just two years after his signature, on October 17, 2019, the agreement on the divorce painfully concluded between the United Kingdom and the European Union is questioned by its main promoter, Boris Johnson. The litigation raised by London concerns the implementation of the "North Irish Protocol", a component of the Agreement which provides for the establishment of customs controls for the goods landing in Northern Ireland from Great Britain to protect The European internal market, to which the whole island of Ireland belongs.

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Establishing such a de facto border in Ireland was the only solution to avoid the recovery of the border between the two Irelands suppressed by the 1998 Peace Agreement. The controls at the entrance of Northern Ireland, Province of the United Kingdom, also resulted from a net choice of Johnson: the release of the United Kingdom of the European Customs Union. Its predecessor, Theresa May, had made the opposite choice, precisely to avoid a border at sea from Ireland, option, claimed that "no British prime minister will never accept [IT].

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But London makes the outbidding by claiming the end of the competence of the European Union Court of Justice (CJEU) to arbitrate trade disputes concerning Northern Ireland. An unacceptable requirement for the twenty-seven, which argue that the single European market is viable only if those who benefit - including the Irish province of the United Kingdom - are subject to the same rules, and therefore to arbitration of the court of Luxembourg.

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Preserving a non-faultless unit

Never the tension between the European Union and the United Kingdom has reached such a level since Brexit: London threatens to use Article 16 of the Agreement, which allows for Unilaterally suspend the application in case of "serious economic difficulties". A hypothesis that could lead the twenty-seven to take sanctions such as the taxation of customs duties on British products.

Everything goes as if Boris Johnson needed to maintain a permanent conflict with the EU to flatter his electorate and to forget the harmful consequences of Brexit on the economy. The declarations of his former Dominic Cummings Advisor, whom he had, since the beginning, the intention of violating the agreement on the Brexit he had accepted solely to win the 2019 elections, probably contain a share of truth: the Good faith from the British Prime Minister is doubtful.

The European Union must take into account this regrettable data and remain firm, both to safeguard peace in Ireland and to defend the single market. Faced with the British requirements, the twenty-seven must show the same virtues as those they have manifested during the endless negotiation of Brexit: a flawless unit and the compromise ability that preserve good neighborhood relations with the Kingdom -United.

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