UK EU Membership referendum 2016

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July 3, 2022

UK EU membership referendum or known in the UK as The EU referendum is a referendum scheduled for June 23, 2016, with EU membership being the subject of thought in the UK since the country joined the economic community. Europe since 1973 According to the Conservative Party's statement, the draft law was submitted to the Commission to consider the Basic Law. For the referendum, which was endorsed by the UK Parliament following the 2015 EU referendum rules, it was the second time British voters were asked to vote on membership of the United Kingdom. Britain The first referendum was held in 1975, which resulted in 67% of the vote for membership.

Voting, Voting Area and Vote Count

Voting will be conducted from 07:00 BST until 22:00 BST (06:00 BST to 21:00 BST in Gibraltar) or match from 1:00 PM to 4:00 AM. time in Thailand There are 41,000 voting units across 382 voting districts, with each voting unit limited to a maximum of 2,500 voters.

referendum result

As chair of the UK Electoral Commission, Jenny Watson is the Chief Counting Officer, who will announce the final results of the referendum (including the 12 counting regions of the United Kingdom). Kingdom and Gibraltar) in Manchester, 24 June 2016.

Regional Score

Response

Independence of Scotland

On 24 June 2016, the Scottish Government has issued a statement saying it has made "highly promising" arrangements to have