Gwynedd council calls for abolition of title Prince of Wales

November 7, 2022

According to The Guardian:

A Welsh council has officially called for the title of Prince of Wales to be banned and said there should be no investiture of Prince William anywhere in the country.

Members of the council, which is controlled by Plaid Cymru, also agreed that they believed an investiture should not take place in Gwynedd, or anywhere on Welsh soil. Charles’s investiture was held at Caernarfon Castle in Gwynedd in 1969.

Forty-six Gwynedd councillors voted for the abolition of the title, with four against and four abstaining.

To read the entire article in The Guardian, please click here.


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