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Prince Charles is set to give Commonwealth leaders his blessing to become a republic

According to Prince Charles, the procedure can carry out calmly and without rancour to become the next head of the Commonwealth. At a conference of Commonwealth prime ministers and presidents in Rwanda, Charles has set to deliver the remarks.

During the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kigali, the Prince Charles was representing the Queen. Nevertheless, a controversy over his alleged remarks criticising the government’s intention to transfer asylum seekers. Moreover, a fundamental premise of the international family of countries will discuss by Charles.

Charles has said the following in his remarks at the official opening. “Some of the Commonwealth’s member countries have constitutional ties to my ancestors. Whereas, others do not and still others are joining. Remember that the constitutional form of any member nation, whether republic or monarchy, is solely up to that country’s citizens to determine.”

Furthermore, “several Caribbean countries have previously hinted that they may do away with the British monarchy. But as I said in Barbados last November, we should never forget the things which do not change. The strong and enduring connections between the peoples of the Commonwealth strengthen us all.

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