The critics of Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament for a queen's speech should either change the law or change the government, said Jacob Rees-Mogg , Chairman of the House of Commons on Thursday.
The passionate Brexite met with Queen Elizabeth II at her Scottish residence in Balmoral on Wednesday to request suspension of parliament on behalf of the Prime Minister. The Queen agreed.
All these people who whine and grate their teeth know that there are two ways to do what they want. On the one hand, the government and, on the other hand, the law is to be changed, "he ventured.
" If they do not have the courage or the courage to do so, we will be leaving on October 31. In accordance with the referendum Result, "he added.
In response to criticism that the Prime Minister's move should prevent Parliament from debating on Brexit, he said that some "constitutional wolves are crying" and that if there is agreement with "In the EU, that will Parliament has 13 days to transpose it into British law.
Rees-Mogg also criticized Lower House spokesman John Bercow after saying on Wednesday that the government's move was a "constitutional violation."
Legislators said it was unconstitutional, if the speaker expressed this his opinion without instruction of the house and that his comments were in private property, citing the words of spokesman William Lenthall, an English politician from the civil war in the 17th century, he said: "Mr. Sprecher has no eyes and no tongue to speak to, unless this is ordered by the house."