Pro-secession Scottish Prime Minister resigns from Britain | world

Pro-secession Scottish Prime Minister resigns from Britain |  world

The Prime Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, is one of the leaders of the movement for the separation of Scotland from the United Kingdom. — Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA via AP

Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announced on Wednesday that she would be stepping down.

Sturgeon, which has now become The leading face of the Scottish independence movementHe made a statement on Wednesday morning to announce his resignation.

Scotland forms part of the United Kingdom along with England, Ireland and Walesbut there is a strong secession movement from this union, which was made 300 years ago and which Sturgeon once called it an illusion.

In Wednesday’s announcement, she said the job is “the best in the world” but also one of the hardest.

Sturgeon said, “Giving your all is the only way to do this job. But it can only be done for so long. In my head and in my heart, I knew the time (to step down) was now,” Sturgeon said.

Nicholas had ruled Scotland for over eight years and was the longest-serving chief. In November, she said He fought a tough battle with Londonafter British court bans divorce referendum from scotland

Sturgeon’s party wanted to organize a public vote of the 5.5 million people in the country with the question: Should Scotland be an independent country?.

Scotland already held a referendum in 2014, in which 55% voted to remain in the UK. But at the time, the Scottish government was backed by the then British Prime Minister, David Cameron, and Brexit had not yet happened – Most Scots voted to remain in the European Union in the General Consultation, 2016.

Despite the Scottish leader’s clashes with the current British government, Sturgeon’s resignation was seen as a surprise in the UK, according to the local press.

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