Generation Brexit


Article 50 provides for the legal and procedural arrangement in the event of a country leaving the EU. Some commentators have argued that perhaps this agreement regarding the future relationship of the EU should be subject to a separate treatment that should be concluded at the same time of the leaving arrangement. Although, it was a unilateral declaration by the UK to leave the EU, UK cannot participate in this procedure post-Brexit. Moreover, 2 years is definitely not enough time to reach a reasonable agreement of this characteristic. Perhaps this functions in practice as a deterrent to reconsider their original decision in leaving in the first place. It is free for the MS to decide whether to leave or not, but the rest of the negotiation pretty much tilts towards the EU. 

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