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Prime Minister David Cameron resigned after defeat

British Prime Minister David Cameron announced early Friday his resignation, after the setback suffered in the referendum in which the United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union.

"The population has taken a clear decision to take another path. This requires a renewed driving. I will do everything I can as Prime Minister in the coming weeks and months, but it is not suitable to be the captain to lead this new direction" said Cameron.

The Prime Minister said there was "no need" to confirm deadlines, but said the change should have taken place in October and indicated that the new president should be the one to carry forward the process of breaking with the EU.

The British leader also tried to calm the global uproar caused by the results: "I know the world has closely followed the day I want to assure you that our economy is very strong There will be no immediate change in circumstances There will be no changes in the traffic... people, in the way it is traded on the markets. "

He also assured that "there can be no doubt about the outcome," because "the people voted for the exit and will must be respected."

The "brexit" managed to win over pro-European for more than 3 points, representing a difference of more than one million votes.

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