In the Commonwealth of Nations began a secret discussion of the successor of Elizabeth II – media

In the Commonwealth of Nations began secret negotiations about the successor of the British Queen Elizabeth II. It is reported BBC with reference to own sources.

The magazine says that this is a sensitive issue, because the role of the head of the Commonwealth is not hereditary and will not automatically pass after the death of the Queen to the crown Prince of Wales, who at this moment is the son of the Queen Charles.

The Commonwealth of Nations has created the «high level group», for the management of the Association in the event of a change of monarch.

Report your group will present in April at the meeting of heads of countries-participants of the Commonwealth in London. The publication notes that this meeting could be the last for Queen Elizabeth II, which in April will mark 92 years.

The Commonwealth is a voluntary Association of countries. In addition to the UK it includes most of the former British dominions and colonies. Only the Commonwealth includes 52 States.

Formally, the Association is headed by the monarch of great Britain, but the post is not hereditary.

Queen Elizabeth II was declared head of the Commonwealth at the coronation in 1953, after the death of her father king George VI.




In the Commonwealth of Nations began a secret discussion of the successor of Elizabeth II – media 13.02.2018

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