This Friday, June 24, 2016 is a historical day for Europe. The United Kingdom has voted for leaving the European Union in a referendum held around the Brexit.
The vote was held on Thursday, June 23. Thousands of British nationals, including expatriates, were called to express their wish.
Following the poll, 17,061,744 British nationals had voted in favor of Brexit. Prime Minister David Cameron, for his part, said he wished for a remain in the EU.
Meanwhile, the pound sterling was reported to be in free fall during the vote, that is at its lowest since 1985. On Thursday, the tight margin supposed that a Remain would win. However, financial markets are now in shock.
The referendum's outcome will definitely have major consequences on the British policy, as well as migration flows, among others. We will be addressing relating topic very soon.
So what are your views about this situation? How is the current mood on the spot?
Thank you in advance for your contribution.