Following Brexit, exit of Denmark, Netherlands & Sweden from EU possible: Nigel Farage

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After the success of BREXIT, British politician Nigel Farage who recently resigned from his post claimed that other nations would follow Britain and EXIT the European Union. Nigel Farage stated that fed up of the policies of the EU, Britain opted to leave it and other countries like Denmark, Netherlands and Sweden would also hold referendum to follow the example of BREXIT. All over Europe, the agitation against being part of EU is gaining momentum, as the people are disgusted of their democratic rights being in the hands of EU. Right now it difficult to say whether the influence of BREXIT is a passing phase or its effects are going to be long term. But other European countries have also raised their voice against the EU policies and are thinking on the lines of BREXIT

Further stating Nigel Farage claimed, “In the near future we are going to see maximum number of referendums in Europe. It is possible that Denmark, Netherlands and Sweden may have referendums just like BREXIT”. While referring to these referendums, Farage called them DEXIT, NEXIT & SEXIT and tried to connect them to BREXIT.

2 Responses to "Following Brexit, exit of Denmark, Netherlands & Sweden from EU possible: Nigel Farage"

  1. Nikhil   July 25, 2016 at 7:04 pm

    From the current circumstances which have aroused due to migrant crisis and Brexit, it’s indeed very much possible that other countries may leave EU. Everybody needs their democratic rights. That’s very much acceptable !!!

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  2. Suneeta Karande   July 27, 2016 at 7:00 am

    There are growing concerns over the Euro, the terrorism threat posed by open borders and the fragmentation of the EU after the Brexit vote. Though Dutch Eurosceptics had hailed the Brexit victory as the “beginning of the end of the EU” and said the Netherlands should follow suit, the Government and “more moderate voices in Dutch society” were alarmed because the Netherlands relies on the EU’s single market.As a matter of principle, the majority in Dutch Society still thinks that being a member of the EU makes economic sense.
    In such a scenario , NEXIT seems to be in dilemma till todate.

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