Nicola Sturgeon challenged Theresa Mann for a discussion on the UK government's braxt proposals.
During the speculation that voters could discuss with Prime Minister Labor leader Jeremy Corbin before casting votes, Scotland's first minister called for a discussion of full leaders.
He tweeted: "I can not speak for @Jeremicorbin, but I'm ready to discuss full leaders on 'deals.' So, how about PM @theresa_may?"
Nicola Sturgeon (@ Nicola Sturgeon) November 24, 2018
MS Sturgeon and Mrs. May met in London last week, where the exchange of views on Brackett was "complete, honest and quiet".
The First Minister described the document of Prime Minister Bracket's Agreement as a document, which would allow people to "catch eye on the rock".
MS Sturgeon said: "I have seen today's draft – it is not binding, there is no legal effect on it, and effectively it is in the House of Commons who are asked to vote for the exit of the EU, without knowing what will happen then.
"He tells people to take a sizable leap from the edge of the rocks and I have said that I think it is not a fair or acceptable thing."
Downing Street spokesman said that the Prime Minister told MS Sturgeon that the deal on the table is "the best deal that can be negotiated".
She said: "The Prime Minister made clear that we are negotiating a deal with the European Union that works for all parts of the United Kingdom – Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland – and converts on the outcome of the referendum.
"The deal will give clarity and certainty to the Scottish businesses to keep jobs and living standards safe, and see if we will take control of our water, we will improve the wealth of our fishermen."
MS Sturgeon met all opposition leaders at Westminster last week and said he was united in the plan to vote for Mrs. Mena, claiming that the next step is to agree on the alternate option.