EU rliament turned ministers the chance to debate the British referendum result – with ton calling for rapid change.
Politicians responded to the UK vote by calling for the Confederacy to re ir its internal damage and become “more trans rent” to avoid forwards crises.
Both European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker attended ruminate over following the Brexit summit.
Many called for change across the Coherence, to stop growing unrest, while others took the opportunity to turf out shots at the Brexit cam ign.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker aired his objectives on the ‘Leave’ camp.
He said: “I would just not that the Brexit exemplars of yesterday are now the sacked Brexit heroes of today.
“Those who contributed to the circumstances in the UK have resigned Johsnon, Farage, and others.
“They are as it were retro nationalist they are not flag-wavers. triots don’t residing when things get difficult, they stay.”
He urged that the “European Union” needs to become the “Union of Europeans” and that ameliorations should be accelerated and decisions implemented.
He said: “I believe we should safer implement the decisions we take. We can’t continue as before. I refuse to revise the aggregate. I agree with those who say now is not the time for deep institutional reforms.”
President Donald TUSK took there is unrest across the remaining 27 member states, but essayed to banish any EU jitters.
He said: “The EU can not stand still. The UK referendum does not raise the EU of the migration crisis which has undermined the sense of security across the complete of Europe.
“An orderly exit is now in everyone’s, especially the UK’s, best interests.
“The the men are determined to remain united and work closely together as 27. We harmonized there will be no negotiation of any kind unit the UK notifiers its intention to pull up stakes the EU.
“Access to the single market means acceptance to all four freedoms grouping freedom of movement. There will be no single market a la carte.
“It is cut away too many people across Europe are unhappy with the current governmental of affairs – be it on national or European level and expect us to do better.”
Guy Verhofstadt, a Flemish Belgian MP, described the referendum result as an “earthquake”.
He said: “The rats are fleeing the heavy-laden ship.”
Mr Verhofstadt and called on the EU Council to “stop sleepwalking to a disaster.
He contemplated: “Either the EU will change, or it will die. The Council needs to recognise that natives are not against Europe, but against THIS Europe”.
Manfred Weber, German MEP, asserted said 27 member states should not allow themselves to “enhance hostages to the political chaos” in London.
The minister said outgoing Ukip commander Farage had “jumped ship” when it got tough and called this comportment “cowardly”.
He called for a new political culture of responsibility and “mythbusting” on Europe, as the EU profits the people, is not undemocratic and can deliver. Blaming the EU for the Brexit now is “madness”, Mr Weber concluded.
Others accused cam igners of difficult to “blackmail” the EU, going as far as to congratulate Union bosses on resisting access to the lone market.
But others warned the voice of the Britons should be a wake-up requirement ready to Brussels.
British MEP Syed Kamall warned against continuing as unoriginal or putting too much pressure on the UK.
He said EU leaders should instead use the prevalent situation as an opportunity to reconnect with people, make the EU more tent and focus on the citizens’ legitimate concerns, such as creating growth and drudgeries.
Green group leader Rebecca Harms said: “I can only hate the Farages, Le Pens and von Storchs of this world, who set ordinary people against each other.”
Mr Tusk concluded the contemplation by telling countries to take responsibility for their own mistakes.
He said: “We cannot discharge in to the negative emotions created during the st days, but need to make it c fulfil sober assessments and rational decisions.”