Brexit mayhave a negative impact for BD nationals in UK:Asaduzzaman

Brexit mayhave a negative impact for BD nationals in UK:Asaduzzaman

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Dhaka-BNP’s international affairs secretary Dr Asaduzzaman Ripon has said the Britain referendum to leave European Union may carry out a negative impact on Bangladeshi people living in different EU countries particularly those are now staying in the UK taking valid documents.“It may crate bar for Bangladeshi people living in different EU countries to shift in the UK. It is also not sure whether the people of South Asian countries like Bangladesh who have already settled in the UK could stay there,” he said in his instant reaction on the Britain referendum by 52 per cent to leave the EU.
According to him, people of East European countries will be worst victims of the Britain referendum.
He, however, said the it would take two years to see the impact of the leaving the EU by the UK as lot of changes should be brought in the internal legislations and complete different process with other EU countries.
Ripon expressed his frustration over the result of the referendum saying that he personally wanted the UK to remain with the EU and also appealed to the Bangladeshi-origin people to cast their votes in favour of staying with the EU.
He said Awami League general secretary Syed Ashraful Islam was also in favour of staying with the EU.
The BNP leader however said he has full respect ot he liking and disliking of the Britain people saying that it is the internal affairs whether they would stay with EU or not.
He said there is a lesson for Bangladesh from the referendum and he suggests to include the provision of the referendum i the constitution so that government can take important decision through referendum.
He further said the current political impasse could be resolved through holding a referendum on election time government whether the people want the election time non-party government or not.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow to the European project of greater unity since World War II.
Global financial markets plunged as results from Thursday’s referendum showed a near 52-48 percent split for leaving.-STAFF REPORTER

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