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King Charles III as head of state in St Vincent and the Grenadines 'absurd', says country's PM https://bbc.in/3NP3Z1X #news #worldnews

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According to Stuff (Leader of small Caribbean nation says having King Charles as head of state 'an absurdity' | Stuff.co.nz), the Prime Minister of St Vincent and Grenadines Ralph Everard Gonsalves, relayed to the BBC that King Charles as head of state is "an absurdity."

It is to be noted that Gonsalves wants the end of the British Monarch as the head of his country to come to an end during his lifetime.


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