The Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party joined forces in an attempt to hold elections on December 9th.
And they write to the President of the Council of the EU, Donald Tusk, requesting a quarterly extension of the requested Brexit date.
The parties say they reject Boris Johnson's proposal for the election, which they believe will include time for him to "go through" his Brexit bill.
But they support elections on their "unlock" schedule for Parliament. [1
The PM stated that if MPs support his vote in Commons to call elections, he will use the remaining time before Parliament is dissolved on November 6 to try to pass legislation on his Brexit deal.
Labor rejected its request for election unless Brexit was removed from the table without a deal, while DUP, a key ally of the Conservatives, while Mr Johnson Ann terminated his Brexit deal, remained in custody until Monday.
SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford said he and Lib Dem leader Joe Joe Swinson had written to Mr Tusk seeking an extension, at least until January 31, to "eliminate the risk of a devastating Brexit deal." 19659007] Once this was secured, he said that the two parties would work to hold elections "under parliamentary terms, not the prime minister."
"Opposition parties will not be harassed by a prime minister who has shown complete disrespect for Parliament and who tried to take over rail through its ill-gotten deal, he has control or due process, "said Mr Blackford.
Gridlock in Parliament
Liberal Democrat leader Joe Swinson said his party may not support forcing Mr Johnson through a 'bad deal'.
She said, "Boris Johnson has missed his deadline (October 31st) and now asks Parliament to give him a general election and time for him to push his Brexit Bill through Parliament."
The Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party intend to amend the Law on Parliaments by a fixed time limit, which will determine voting day for the next election as December 9th.
Of course, the date was chosen as one of the earliest options for elections, given the time required to adopt the amendment and the required five-week notice before the day of voting.
Ms Swinson said: "We have to release Boris Johnson from office, unlock the grid in Parliament and give people the opportunity to vote to remain in the EU. "
Mr Johnson's election plan would require the consent of two-thirds of MPs, under the rules of the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, to call early elections.
Amendments to the Lib Dem and SNP law will only need
The prime minister said his preferences would be a short extension by mid or late November, but opponents fear that this will be used. to revive the threat of inaction
In their letter to Mr Tusk, Mr Blackford and Ms Swinson called for the EU to grant a longer quarterly extension to 'give Parliament the assurance that it is coming out
They stated that "they will work together to facilitate the elections, giving people the opportunity to decide what the next steps for the United Kingdom should be."  "We believe that this is the only way to unlock what has become a stalemate of occupying Parliament and enabling the United Kingdom and the EU to move forward, in whatever form," they said.