ahead likely has in store for monarchy.
In Canada 2016 may actually a quiet year. The Governor General's term was extended to 2017 and of the provincial
Lieutenant Governors only PEI's is likely to be replaced in
2016. At the same time the next major national celebration is
the sesquicentennial of Confederation in 2017. However, if a
member of the Royal Family is to attend planning needs to be
started in the coming year. Reminding the Minister of
Canadian Heritage isn't a bad idea.
I predict the Monarchist League of Canada will also develop a
good working relationship with the new government in 2016.
has announced its intentions
to abolish its monarchy in
2016. Despite this, it is not
entirely certain they will be
able to do so. To change the
constitution the government
will need the opposition's
support to pass the required
legislation. As the opposition
has not indicated they support
this change the government
may not have an easy time.
independence illegally in 2016. While not a direct threat to
the Spanish Throne it is unfortunate to see the kingdom going
through the uncertainly associated with a separatist
movement within its borders.
Christian Bjørnskov, Martin Rode, and
Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard may continue
their research on monarchy as a form of
I'm sure other studies are in the works
and I intend to publicize them whenever
I find them.
A Kisaragi Colour