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It’s Time To Have A Bahamian Head Of State

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Days after the crowning of King Charles III became the new monarch, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell says there’s a need for constitutional change following the crowning.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Days after the crowning of King Charles III became the new monarch, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell says there’s a need for constitutional change following the crowning.

In a voicenote early Monday morning Mitchell said it’s time the monarch be removed as Head of State.

Mitchell is of the view that something is wrong with a European leader being the embodiment of countries of African descent in the Caribbean.

He’s hopeful that someday this will be fixed.

In November 2021, Barbados became the first country in the region to remove the queen as its head of state.

Following this, six Caribbean countries including The Bahamas indicated their intention to remove the queen as Head of State.

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