British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's father seeks French citizenship

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's father seeks French citizenship
If the son is the Prime Minister of the country and the father asks for citizenship of another country, then the question arises whether there is a rift in the relationship? British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also facing this question. Because his father applied for French citizenship. Although the father says he has done so because of his French affiliation, the move is hinting at something else after the final of the Brexit deal.

The British Parliament approved the Brexit trade deal with the European Union. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Queen Elizabeth have also signed it. Boris's father, Stanley Johnson, is believed to have been angered by the decision and for this reason he applied for French citizenship. Boris has so far not commented on his father's decision.

Stanley Johnson said on Thursday that he wanted to regain his French identity. He said that my roots are associated with France. If I understand properly I am French. My mother was born in France. His mother was completely French and not only that his grandfather was also French. I just want to be who I am. Stanley Johnson further said that I will always be European, it is certain. Please tell that the 80-year-old father of Boris Johnson has been a member of the European Parliament in the past. He supported Britain's stay with the European Union in the 2016 referendum.

After Britain breaks economic ties with the European Union, UK citizens will no longer have the right to live and work in 27 countries under the European Union. However, those holding dual citizenship will continue to receive this right. Brexit means UK + exit. That is Britain's exit from the European Union. Britain announced its exit from the European Union a year ago. In 2016, a referendum was held in Britain to pull out of the European Union, with a large number of people supporting Brexit. During the tenure of former Prime Minister Theresa May, there were talks about the Brexit deal several times, but the agreement could not be reached. But during the current Boris Johnson tenure, a consensus has been formed with the European Union.

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