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The British government wants Prince Charles His comments on the new policy for asylum seekers have backfired, and a report says he should stay out of politics.
Charles, 73, responded by criticizing Downing Street’s policy of sending asylum seekers to Rwanda as “terrible”, saying such comments were “serious.” Constitutional issues “ When he ascended the throne, the Sunday Times reported.
“Prince Charles is a decoration to our public life, but it would not be attractive if he tried to behave the same way when he was king. It would pose serious constitutional issues,” an unidentified senior cabinet member told the store.
Disagreements between, according to the official British Royals And walk behind closed doors to the Commonwealth.
“Many of his ideas about architecture and gardening are interesting and I will always be willing to listen to them personally. But this is very different from the way he makes public interventions as king,” the official told the Times. “Many of us do not know what the Queen’s genius is and what she thinks.”
Another cabinet member, speaking anonymously, said he expected the comments to stop as soon as Charles became king.
“This kind of intervention will be tolerated when he is Prince of Wales, and it will not be true when he is king,” the official told the Times.
Drawing further distinction between Charles and Queen Elizabeth II, Another official said: “The problem with Charles is that he thinks he should be interesting, and he thinks people are interested in what he thinks. He seems to have misunderstood the character,” the Times reported.
Charles had previously said he was “disappointed” by the law that physically deported asylum seekers back to Rwanda, despite confirmation from the country’s high court.
According to the Times, a split between Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson Cabinet and royal families are formed from the initial meeting between the two leaders.
During the meeting, Johnson expressed “disrespectful” behavior to Charles because the legislator was “contemptuously relaxed about the lack of time” and because Charles “could not keep up with the delay.”
The royal family of the British monarchy issued a statement making it clear that Charles would act “politically neutral” when receiving the throne from his mother.
Charles, when he was king, said he would act “within constitutional parameters” because he was “not so stupid” in violating British law.