Anti-monarchy campaign in England in the 70th year of Queen Elizabeth II’s throne!

Anti monarchy campaign in England in the 70th year of Queen

A group called the Republic, which wants to end the monarchy, which is an important part of the state administration in England, in June, the Queen of England II. He announced a campaign to abolish the monarchy during Elizabeth’s “Platinum Anniversary” to celebrate her 70th year on the throne.


Calling for an end to the monarchy, the group said the campaign would be called “We Don’t Want Another 70 Years”. While it is reported that the group called Republic argues that the future of a country ruled by a monarchy is not bright, Graham Smith from the group campaigning for the abolition of the monarchy said in a statement, “Even though a minority will want to celebrate the Queen’s seventy-year reign, we should all look to the future now. Prince Charles’ future is also not very bright. “There is always a democratic alternative in such situations,” he said. “It’s time to start a serious discussion about our Constitution, to acknowledge that Prince Charles is not the best ruler the country has to offer, and that we as a nation are quite capable of electing our president,” Smith said.


Platinum Anniversary celebrations for the 95-year-old Elizabeth, who is the world’s oldest and longest-reigning monarch, are scheduled to take place at Buckingham Palace in June. Celebrations called the Platinum Anniversary in England are held for the King or Queens who have completed their 70 years on the throne in the country’s monarchy.

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On the other hand, according to surveys conducted in England, it seems that the majority of people still support the monarchy and the Royal family is quite popular. However, the poll results revealed that the public did not support Prince Charles, the Queen’s eldest son and heir to the throne, and that young people’s republican sentiment had increased recently. (UAV)