This is the first time in nearly 30 years since a country gave up its monarchy.
The Governor of Barbados, Sandra Mason, announced the news in a speech on Tuesday. The news shows that the Caribbean countries will be “achieved on November 30, 2021
For a long time, those who support this change have been advocating the Barbados head of state, calling the queen’s rule a symbol of imperialism.
When reading the speech of Barbados Prime Minister Mia, Mason said: “We have gained independence more than half a century ago, and our country’s ability to autonomy is undoubtedly beyond doubt. Now is the time to completely get rid of the colonial era.” Mottled. “Barbados people want the Barbados head of state. This is the final statement of confidence in who we are and what we can achieve.”
Motley also quoted the warning from Errol Barrow, the country’s first prime minister, against “hanging out in the colonies.”
When asked to comment on the plan, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson told ABC News that it was a matter for the government and people of Barbados.
The Queen is recognized as the head of state of more than a dozen countries previously under British control. According to the Royal website, the Queen was largely removed from Barbados’ daily government affairs, which referred to the Queen as the “constitutional monarch”.
The website said: “The Queen is not involved in the daily affairs of the Barbados government.” “However, she often keeps in touch with the Governor (the representative there), and the Governor will keep her informed of any major news or developments.”
Officials have put forward this idea for many years, and other formerly British-ruled countries, including Jamaica, have also expressed their desire to become a republic.
In 2012, during the Diamond Anniversary of Harry Prince, Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller reiterated her previous plan and hoped that the country would become a republic.
In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), she said: “No race should suffer the pain our ancestors suffered.” “We have gained freedom through the sweat, blood and tears of our ancestors, and now we are free. If Britain wants Apologize to us, then fine us, there is no problem at all.”
She added: “This is not about getting rid of the queen-who can get rid of the queen? She is a wonderful and beautiful lady. The decision to become a republic should not be made in the context of which we want to get rid of. Queen’s.”
Over the years, several countries have resigned from the Queen’s post. Mauritius was the last country to resign in 1992.
Zoe Magee of ABC News contributed to this report.