After the Queen Elizabeth era, will some other countries follow Barbados? Will the United Kingdom continue to dominate the Commonwealth of Nations after the death of Queen Elizabeth II?
The longest reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, who ruled for more than 70 years, not only marks the end of an era but may also be a nod to the British monarchy.
This will be a turning point for the fourteen Commonwealth countries as well, as a significant change has taken place in the socio-economic environment in these countries in the post-Elizabeth-era demand for their own constitutions, and the establishment of republics in many Commonwealth countries.
The aroma is actually a sign of historical colonial relations. Many Commonwealth countries are likely to follow in Barbados’s footsteps during his reign as the current King Charles, the Queen’s successor.
Barbados became the eighteenth country in 2021 to remove the British monarch from the role of its head of state and replace him with a national government official.
In simple words, now the rulers there will not rule under the umbrella of the British king or queen, but under their own constitution.