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Queen Elizabeth II Heartbroken as Barbados Names New President And set to be Free Of British Colonial Rule Next Month

THE QUEEN is facing losing one of her overseas realms as Barbados continues to take steps towards becoming a republic by coming month.
Ms Mottley told Bajans: "I am happy to report to the people of this nation today, that Her Excellency Dame Sandra Mason has consented to my government nominating her, at the appropriate time, to be the first president of this nation.

"We feel that this is the way we want to go and we want to thank her excellency for so graciously consenting in this manner.

"My people, we have come too far as a nation and what we are simply trying to do is to close the discussion on independence."

Mentioning the first Prime Minister of Barbados, Errol Barrow, Ms Mottley continued: "We are not trying to take away Barrow’s legacy, as some people fear. Far from that.

Barbados will soon be free of British colonial rule — and set to have a Black woman as its first president.

According to WION News, Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley nominated Dame Sandra Mason as the country’s first president as an independent republic. Dame Mason will assume the role on Nov. 30, 2021, when the country’s final ties with the British monarchy are officially fully severed.
The United States of Africa congratulates Barbados for taking this bold step to decolonize itself and congratulates Dame Sandra Mason set to make history as the first President of Barbados.
“We believe that she is a fitting nomination for the post of being the first president of Barbados to be elected by this parliament of Barbados,” Mottley said.

 Barbados PM Mia Mottley announced the Opposition Leader has agreed to a joint nomination of outgoing GG Dame Sandra Mason as 1st President of Barbados - subject to passing of Constitution Amendment Bill which deals with Presidency.
This makes a turning point in Barbados history as the sun sets on the remnants of the British Empire.
The Queen is no longer the head of state, Maybe she should publish her CV on LinkedIn to see if she will find new Countries that want to be a British Colony!
#Barbados #UnitedStatesOfAfrica

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