Queen Elizabeth will be removed as Jamaica’s head of state.
The separation process will include a vote in the Jamaican parliament’s House.
According to UK’s Express News, Queen Elizabeth will be removed as Jamaica’s head of state when the island nation “formally commences” its independence from the British monarchy.
The procedure would be finished in “stages” before the next election in 2025, according to Marlene Malahoo Forte QC, a senior minister who heads the country’s Ministry of Legal and Constitutional Affairs.
According to the journal, the separation process will include multiple steps, including a vote in the Jamaican parliament’s House and Senate, as well as a popular referendum.
The news comes months after Prince William and Kate Middleton traveled to the Caribbean to commemorate Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee.