Why does Charles need to recommend the queen of the Commonwealth?

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 Why does Charles need to recommend the queen of the Commonwealth?


According to foreign media reports, the British federal government summit in April 20th agreed that Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, will take over as the new head of the British Commonwealth. What is the Commonwealth The Commonwealth is an international organization composed of many former British colonies. The British king is only the nominal head of the Commonwealth, and has no right to interfere in other members domestic politics and diplomacy. Queen Elizabeth II was appointed head of the Commonwealth in 1953. At that time, the Commonwealth had only 8 members, and the queen was also the head of state in 7 of them. The following is some data on the current Commonwealth: The Commonwealth is an international institution composed of many former British colonies and some independent countries. It was established in 1931 Delta now has 53 member states The head of the delta is queen Elizabeth S of England Delta is headquartered in London About 2 billion 400 million people around the world live in the Commonwealth Data map: July 13, 2016 local time, London, England, Queen Elizabeth II of British Queen Elizabeth met Teresa Mei in Buckingham Palace and appointed it as the new prime minister. The position of the British federal head of state is not hereditary It should be noted that the position of the head of the Commonwealth is not hereditary. According to the website of the Commonwealth Secretariat, if her queen dies or abdicate, her successor will not automatically become the head of the Commonwealth. Who will inherit this symbolic title will be decided by the leaders of the Commonwealth member states. Elizabeth S is now at the age of 92. In early 2018, there were media reports that the Commonwealth had set up a committee composed of senior members to discuss the future management of the Commonwealth. The meeting will also discuss who will take charge of the international organization after the death of the 92 year old queen. After the queen, who should be the head of the Commonwealth, the British Commonwealth has great differences. Although many people believe that the Queens eldest son Charles is most likely to take over the post, Charless support rate for the Commonwealth members is not high. At the same time, the Commonwealth also has the opinion that the British federal head of state should be sitting on the wheel by the Member States, or by the selection of a symbolic leader from all countries to improve the democratic atmosphere in the Federation. According to foreign media reports, the British federal government summit in April 20th agreed that Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, will take over as the new head of the British Commonwealth. The Queen pushes Charles through The British royal family and the Teresa mey government have been trying to make Charles succeed the head of the Commonwealth. The queen has sent several officials to lobby British Commonwealth officials to let Prince Charles succeed him as the head of the Commonwealth. Prince Charles, 69, has been visiting the Commonwealth countries instead of the queen in recent years. He has visited more than 40 out of 53 countries. Charles once said, the Commonwealth has always been very important in my life. In April 19th, Elizabeth II said at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth summit meeting that the Commonwealth would continue to bring stability and continuity to the future, and decided that the prince of Welsh (Prince Charles) will inherit the important work that my father opened in 1949. At the dinner held on that day, Prince Charles, who was pushed by the queen, seemed to be in a good mood. She was photographed and shook hands with the audience. On the 20 day, the head of the Commonwealth Heads of government agreed that Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, succeeded him as head of the Commonwealth. In addition, the media pointed out that although the queen said that he would retire as the head of the Commonwealth and let Prince Charles succeed, it would be irrelevant whether she continued to be queen of England. Source: China new net editor: He Yufang _NN5632 In April 19th, Elizabeth II said at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth summit meeting that the Commonwealth would continue to bring stability and continuity to the future, and decided that the prince of Welsh (Prince Charles) will inherit the important work that my father opened in 1949. At the dinner held on that day, Prince Charles, who was pushed by the queen, seemed to be in a good mood. She was photographed and shook hands with the audience. On the 20 day, the head of the Commonwealth Heads of government agreed that Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, succeeded him as head of the Commonwealth. In addition, the media pointed out that although the queen said that he would retire as the head of the Commonwealth and let Prince Charles succeed, it would be irrelevant whether she continued to be queen of England.