Barack Obama warns against Brexit
Barack Obama against the financial and global hysteria after Britain vote to leave the EU,
saying that while the full European integration may be a pause, and the catastrophic changes are unlikely.
“There was a bit of hysteria after Brexit vote, as if somehow,
and NATO and went across the Atlantic Ocean is a solution, and each country rushes off to their own corner.
Obama said this is not what” National Public Radio happen in an interview broadcast on Tuesday.
Obama’s comments come in the global financial markets recovered slightly on
Tuesday after the shock result of the vote on Thursday,
erasing 3tn $ record of shares worldwide. However, trading was volatile even vowed to policy makers to protect their economies.
Voting also launched political chaos, prompting the resignation of British Prime Minister David Cameron,
raising doubts about the rest of Europe, raising concerns about
the democratic system in the era of globalization and the rise of populism.
US officials said the US economy is strong enough to withstand the “headwinds”
after Brexit pledged to maintain relations with the United Kingdom and Europe.
Obama, who said he respects the decision of British voters even though he was opposed to the move,
in an interview on Tuesday to vote and pointed out that the voters of the United Kingdom was a reaction to the European Union
that was growing too fast, and “without a lot of consensus as it should to have “.
“He has been pressing the pause button and the best way to think about this on a project full European integration,
” said NPR.
“This will be a moment when all of Europe says, let’s take a breath and let’s see how we maintain some national identities,
how can we preserve the benefits of integration and how to deal with some of the frustrations that
Obama told voters feel our own.”