British Parliament rejects Johnson’s call for national parliamentary election

British Parliament rejects Johnson’s call for national parliamentary election

10 September 2019 11:20 am

Britain Parliament on Tuesday (10) has rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson's call for a national parliamentary election, voting against the government's request for a national ballot, foreign reports said. 
 
The government, in calling an election, should have 434 votes, two-thirds of all lawmakers elected to the 60-seat lower house of Parliament.
 
The government's proposal was backed by only with 293 votes during the vote.