A twist of fate called Brexit
from the battlefield is something lacking nobility.
Cameron has now left it to someone else to solve the problem he caused. His resignation is not a punishment, but a rescue, because to lead the country public and provide inaccurate trends. Badly conducted surveys are dangerous for referendums.
Brexit is wrong even though one should admit that the European Union is not an ideal structure and that its political system does not work properly. Instead of harmonizing the policies of the member states, it follows the diktat of Brussels, dominated by Berlin over entire Europe. And if one adds to this cocktail the influence Washington exerts on Brussels, then in my opinion, it pushes the EU in a direction most favorable to the US. Either way, the political imperfection of the union is obvious.
But its economic component, the freedom of movement without limitations, opportunity to work wherever you want within the borders of the Union – all of this is something that should not be wasted.
The system needs to be safeguarded by all parties involved. And to refuse the advantages of the economic unity and social mobility appears wrong, if not silly.
The Brexit vote is a blot in the history of integration and globalization. This is now beginning of a new chapter for the European Union. It appears that the countries are not only willing to join this union but to leave as well.
The possibility of domino effect remains. To cope up with these, countries would prefer to close their borders and try to tackle challenges at a national level.