According to the BBC, the suspension of parliament means that the deputies will not have time to adopt any laws that could prevent the Prime Minister from pulling Britain out of the European Union.
Johnson asks to suspend parliament from September 9 to October 14.
Labor leader Jeremy Corbin has said he is "shocked by the recklessness of the Johnson government."
“This is an outrage and a threat to our democracy,” Corbin said.
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Johnson himself denies that the request is related to the desire to withdraw the country from the EU without a deal.
Boris Johnson promised to withdraw Great Britain from the European Union on October 31, regardless of whether he manages to conclude an agreement with Brussels.
A significant part of the British Parliament considers the agreement with the EU a prerequisite of Brexit.