William Hague, referring to last week's voting concluded,"In the coming days, can we vote again? No, I can not do it because he said the last word in the parliament."said.
Minister Hague told BBC television, stressed that Syria will not change the opinion of deputies of new information related to the chemical attack. Hague, ministers, deputies rejected every week to discuss everything çağrılamayacağını parliament, said:"I think the government, the parliament can not take the same offer every week. Already in our offer, the UN and the UN Security Council to discuss the audit report contained wait for the result."she said.UK Finance Minister George Osbourne or chemical attack on Syria will not change the opinion of more evidence, deputies said. Osbourne, lawmakers are still suspicious of a foreign intervention, said:"I understand their argument, but I do not agree with them. UN inspectors in the future more and more evidence will not be able to convince them."he spoke.