the Royal family new bossHe, who heads 15 countries from the United Kingdom through Tuvalu and Jamaica to Australia, has often made strong statements in public before.
As king, he must approach these matters more carefully so as not to create tension with Parliament or foreign diplomatic partners, he wrote. in his analysis Robert Booth, Guardian journalist.
Third. Even as heir to the throne, Karolyi protested the destruction of rainforests, talked about the inclusion of alternative therapies in the health care system, and during the Ukraine crisis in 2013, when he traveled to Canada, told a 78-year-old man who was fleeing the Nazis that Vladimir Putin “has himself behaving like Hitler.”
However, he and his advisors have long said that he is aware of the constitutional difference between the position of head of state and heir to the throne, and that as leader he will strive to continue the reign of Queen Elizabeth, confirmed by the fact that Karolyi has supported his mother for decades and that his love for her in the past two decades has increased appreciation of public opinion.
When the BBC asked him in 2018 if he would continue his propaganda activities in the same way if he took the throne, to replywho – which
of course not. I’m not that stupid. Realize that being a ruler is an entirely different quality.
However, over the course of seventy years, he has inevitably developed instincts and habits regarding his public appearance which he may find difficult to shake. Mark Poland, Charles’s private secretary from 1996 to 2002, said in 2005 that the prince sometimes referred to himself as a “dissident working against the prevailing political consensus.”
He made it clear to me that he has a very specific goal of influencing public opinion
– He remembers.
According to the paper, he felt obligated not only to speak up, but also to act, particularly on an issue he identified as a top priority: climate change.
According to a source he knows, he still to protect the environment He will focus on rural affairs, while rarely talking about health and architectural issues. His experience in foreign affairs – he has made more than 90 official state visits since 2014 alone – is expected to be a huge boost, given that the king is expected to broker British foreign policy.
The manner in which he begins his reign may be crucial to the British public, which is now ambivalent about what kind of king he will become. Third. On Friday evening, Karolyi spoke to his people for the first time about anything We wrote here in more detail.
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