Up-date 0.30: The poll after leaving the polls after yesterday's UK election shows that Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson has obtained the majority he needs to complete the Brexit on January 31, with 368 mandates out of 650 in Parliament. The main opposition party, the Labor leaders led by Jeremy Corbyn, who in the event of a victory planned to organize a new referendum on the exit of the country from the European Union, would hold 191 mandates, 70 less than the previous election, the correspondent noted. our in London, Dan Vasiliu.
Initial news: The first polls from the polls after the UK parliamentary elections show that Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson has obtained the majority he needs to complete Brexit, with 368 mandates compared to 191 from Labor.
Our correspondent in London, Dan Vasiliu, will be back soon with details. The official results will be in the morning, at 7 o'clock, in Romania.
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