Subject Predicate Object
caTyif4H
a
Resource
External thing
UK Government and Parliament thing
E-petition
Rejected e-petition
UK Government and Parliament e-petition
e-petition has threshold attainment
JP1pHJx1
e-petition has moderation
DZle6To6
GXn145nf
rejected e-petition has rejection
DZle6To6
GXn145nf
external identifier
247658
UK Government and Parliament Id
247658
e-petition UK Government and Parliament Id
247658
action
Article 50 of the European Union's (EU) Lisbon Treaty must not be revoked
background
Article 50 is a clause in the European Union's (EU) Lisbon Treaty that outlines the steps to be taken by a country seeking to leave the bloc voluntarily. Invoking Article 50 kick-starts the formal exit process and serves as a way for countries to officially declare their intention to leave the EU.
additional details
British Prime Minister Theresa May became the first leader to invoke Article 50 on March 29, 2017, following British voters' decision to pursue Brexit – the UK's exit from the EU – in a referendum on June 23, 2016.
created at
2019-03-22T06:07:06.379000+00:00
updated at
2019-05-22T11:10:15.203000+00:00
DZle6To6
rejection has rejected e-petition
caTyif4H
moderation has e-petition
caTyif4H
GXn145nf
rejection has rejected e-petition
caTyif4H
moderation has e-petition
caTyif4H
JP1pHJx1
threshold attainment has e-petition
caTyif4H