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King Charles III: The King of England has this political influence


King Charles III at his first appearance before the Scottish Parliament. And before the expressions of condolence from the members of the House of Representatives.

Very early on, the Crown should have been apolitical. This is an important tenet of the British monarchy. The late Queen Elizabeth II (96) held her for most of her life. She rarely allowed herself to be carried away by political statements. For example, when Scotland voted for independence from Great Britain.

At that time, I only dared to make a small, almost unnoticed statement to someone waiting in front of Balmoral Castle. “I hope the Scottish people will think very carefully about the future,” the Queen said.