Translation by Blanca Domínguez
A broad analysis of Brexit should include three interconnected dimensions: a crisis of a legal-constitutional nature, a crisis of parties and political representativeness, and a third socio-economic dimension. Thus, the British are facing a process of constitutional readjustment that aligns their institutions with a different political, economic and cultural reality; and they are doing so in an intense debate, exposed to the light and inelegant.
The current confrontation between the legislature and the executive over who best reflects the will of the people can potentially change the nature of the parliamentary regime. But these changes are consubstantial with the British political regime.