More than two million and a half people in the UK have signed a petition calling for another referendum on the country's membership in the EU, after the result of the first referendum for the exit.
In this Parliament must discuss the petition, as the minimum binding to a debate on any petition is 100 thousand signatures.
And the voice of 52 percent of those who cast their ballots in favor of abandoning Britain for membership in the EU, while 48 percent supported them to stay within the bloc.
And support of a majority of voters in the capital London and Scotland and Northern Ireland to remain within the Union.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced that he would step down in October / November at the next General Conference of the Conservative Party.
According to the petition, "We the undersigned call on the government to rule of conduct another referendum if the vote is to stay fit or get out (of the EU) is less than 60 percent, with the participation of less than 75 percent (of voters) application."
The rate of participation in the referendum held on Thursday, 72.2 percent. This percentage is much higher than the rate of participation in the general elections that took place last year and amounted to 66.1 percent.
Since 1992, participation in the general elections did not exceed 75 percent.
In 2014, it was involved in the referendum on the secession of Scotland from the United Kingdom 84.6 percent.
A spokeswoman for the House of Representatives that the provision for online petitions website crashes for a while after the existence of "large quantities in a non-traditional users on a broad one, and much higher than any previous occasion."
And the Commission on petitions in parliament to oversee the submissions. The Committee is looking at whether it should raise the petitions gathered more than 100 thousand signatures to the House of Representatives to be discussed. Aa