Brexit Crisis?

Brexit is a neologism combining the English words Britain and exit. It was inaugurated on June 23, 2016, when the referendum was held. However, the negotiated agreement was not approved by the British Parliament, so the process was postponed until October 31, 2019.
The situation in the British Isles raises the question of whether the Czech Republic is also on the verge of a so-called Czexit, or exit from the EU. This question is not as moot as it may seem at first glance. Opinion polls show that the Czech Republic is one of the least popular countries with regard to the EU, and there are already calls for leaving.
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The Czech Republic joined the EU on May 1, 2004, along with nine other countries. At that time, it promised to introduce the euro, which many integration critics oppose. So what will happen?
At the risk of disappointing you, I do not have a crystal ball in front of me, so I cannot predict the future. No one knows what the truth will be. Still, we can consider possible scenarios. In the long run, there are only two possible scenarios: either the EU will collapse and cease to exist, or it will become a single state. It is clear to all that the current situation is precarious and will not last more than a few decades.
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If a European “superstate” emerges, we will be surrounded by it if we leave, just as Switzerland is surrounded by EU countries today. However, the situation is different with Switzerland. It is not clear whether leaving would be positive for Switzerland. It could be disadvantageous for foreign investors or, on the contrary, it could attract foreign investors if, for example, the tax system is improved.
If the EU breaks up, the only question is when it will leave. Because of its strong economic ties to Germany, I believe that when Germany leaves, the EU will leave as well. Perhaps a close result in the referendum could decide to leave the EU.