‘ Not My King ‘ Charles’s coronation took place 666 days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Not My King

Protesting against the coronation of King Charles, many people in England demonstrated with ‘ Not My King ‘ placards

From the day the monarchy came into existence in England till today, there have always been strong opponents of this system. Of course In the beginning of the 20th century, the British monarchs have tried to reduce their power and give it to the President, even as a show, in order to preserve their monarchy.

However statistics and surveys show that the majority of Britons under the age of 50 are not happy with the monarchy and want a republican government.

Not My King Charles's coronation took place 666 days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

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As we saw on the day of Charles’s coronation, many people protested refusing to accept him as their king.

In this picture, a group of people present at the coronation ceremony of Charles the Elder wrote: “You’re not my king”.

Opposition to the monarchy in England is an issue that most English people agree with today, but no one talks about holding a referendum on the issue. ,

While more than 70% of the British people want a republican system in their country.
Charles’s coronation cost more than £100 million in a country struggling with economic crisis!


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