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Barbados without the UK: New democracy, more responsibilities

Barbados without the UK: New democracy, more responsibilities

After 55 years of independence, the Caribbean island severed ties with the Crown and became a republic. This new situation brings with it challenges and obligations for the authorities and citizens, Guadalupe Gonzalez, an international analyst and Mexican politician, told Telescopio.

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Barbados without the UK: New democracy, more responsibilities

After 55 years of independence, the Caribbean island severed ties with the Crown and became a republic. This new situation brings with it challenges and obligations for the authorities and citizens, Guadalupe Gonzalez, an international analyst and Mexican politician, told Telescopio.

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After 55 years of independence, the Caribbean island severed ties with the Crown and became a republic. This new situation brings with it challenges and obligations for the authorities and citizens, Guadalupe Gonzalez, an international analyst and Mexican politician, told Telescopio.

The late November party in which the former governor was held Sandra Mason He became president of the new republic Presence Prince Charles, indicative of the calm in which the transition took place.

But it is also in the UK’s interest to break away from its colonial past and slave ownership: Barbados was occupied by the English in 1627 and it became one of the first slave colonies.

The island became independent in 1966 but kept Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and a parliamentary monarchy.

“It’s about they change Guadalupe Gonzalez, a Mexican political and international analyst, told Telescopio:

Antigua and Barbuda, Belize and Canada are some of the countries where the British monarchy continues I’m here But France and Denmark also have territories in the Caribbean.

“Barbados is an expression of that discussion and the movements in favor of full independence,” Gonzalez noted.

The interviewee also noted that this complete sovereignty involves “many freedoms, many internal and external responsibilities.”

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Among the most important challenges that the island must face pandemicdevelopment and climate change. But also participation in integration and cooperation mechanisms, including the European Union and the United States.

According to the analyst, despite the complete separation at the political level from the United Kingdom, Barbados will have a privileged position in the trade link with London, as well as in cooperation, and close “traditional and family ties” will be preserved.

The new situation will strengthen the role of the state in regional forums, for example on issues of development and climate change.

He concluded by saying that “the voice of Barbados is and will remain so.”

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