The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will issue its judgment on Monday, December 10, on whether the United Kingdom has the capacity to revoke the "brexit" unilaterally, after a general lawyer of the EU recommended this Tuesday determine that you can do it.
The court announced on its profile on the social network Twitter the date of the ruling of this case, which began in the European court just two weeks ago with a hearing to hear the arguments of the parties.
Scottish members of the European Parliament, the Scottish Parliament and the House of Commons, among others, brought the case before a Scottish court, which referred it to the CJEU to hear their opinion.
A lawyer of the European Union recommended Tuesday to the community court to sentence that the United Kingdom can legally unilaterally revoke article 50 of the European treaties, which initiated the process of its exit from the EU when it was activated on March 29. 2017
Although they are not binding, the attorney general's conclusions do tend to mark the path followed by the court in his sentence.
The CJEU will publish its ruling the day before the British House of Commons votes on the "Brexit" agreement, for which the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, is not yet guaranteed majority support.