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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Farewell to Elizabeth, the dissolution of the kingdom?

Although the monarchy’s opposition to the monarchy was isolated in her farewell to the queen, they grew Freedom voices in various countries belonging to the British Commonwealth of Nations.

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has promised another independence referendum for 2023, even if London does not allow it, and as English officials oppose it, Scotland intends to move to the Legislative Assembly by invoking Section 30 of the Act 1998 which allows the London authorities to temporarily or permanently transfer authority to the Scottish authorities.

The uncertainty created by the pandemic, the abuses of Boris Johnson and the social and economic crisis prompted Sturgeon to declare that “the time has come to present a different vision and it is time to talk about freedom.”

With the above standard David Cameron Authorized a 2014 referendum that won stability in the United Kingdom (55%), paradoxically because the English authorities threatened Scotland to be driven out of Europe if independence was won. But in the vote that approved Brexit, Scots were overwhelmingly (60%) in favor of staying on the continent.

Sturgeon argues that “Brexit has kicked us out of the EU and the single market against our will, causing huge damage to living conditions and public services.” And after acknowledging that countries such as Switzerland, Ireland and Belgium are richer, fairer and more productive, he asked “why not Scotland, endowed with abundant energy resources, a significant agro-food industry and a rich natural heritage ?”

On the other hand, the President of Sinn Féin in Northern Ireland has said that “During this decade there will be a referendum on the reunification of Ireland.”

Also, and without burying the queen yet, Six Caribbean countries have proposed a referendum to secede from the Crown, And despite warnings that this is not a hostile attitude against England, they have asserted their right to choose their head of state. In the act of signing the book of condolence for the death of the sovereign, the Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Philip Davies, acknowledged that his will could not be implemented without London’s consent.

In the same sense, he expressed Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Grenada and St. Kitts and Neviso, Some have begun the process of becoming independent, others have expressed a desire to do so, Jamaica has set up a committee for constitutional change, and Belize has set aside a budget for it.

There have been no demonstrations in this regard in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and other member countries of the British Community such as Tuvalu, St Lucia and the Solomon Islands, but past performances of the new have been criticized. The king and his earlier acts kept him far from the admiration generated by the queen.

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