Against the referendum on EU membership were made by 63% of Germans

63% of Germans do not support the holding of a referendum on EU membership, according to the research Institute Emnid for the newspaper Bild am Sonntag. This proposal was made by 29% of respondents.

In addition, 63% of respondents reacted negatively to the results of such referendum in the UK. In support of the results of voting in favor of 11%. Another 20% of Germans said that they don’t care.

67% believe that now the EU needs to “fundamentally reform”. To leave the device without changes, expressed by 21% of respondents.

The referendum in which the British people voted for or against leaving the EU was held on 23 June. For an exit from the EU it made 51.9 percent of voters. Prime Minister David Cameron, before the vote, campaigned for the preservation of the country in the European Union, said that until the fall to resign.

The leader of the French “National front” Marin Le Pen has takutnya the question of holding a referendum on the exit of its country from the EU. This she said on Saturday at a meeting of politicians with President Francois Hollande. However, he gave a negative answer.

Billionaire George Soros believes that Brexit is likely to lead to the disintegration of the European Union. “Now catastrophic scenario, which many feared had materialized, making the collapse of the EU is virtually irreversible,” he said.