World: Death of Elizabeth II. In Canada, Justin Trudeau refuses to "debate" the Place de la Monarchie

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Le Premier ministre canadien Justin Trudeau est à Londres pour assister aux funérailles de la reine Elizabeth II. © Adam Vaughan / EPA-EFE Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in London to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

Canada is one of the countries where the death of Queen Elizabeth II can relaunch the debate on a possible exit from the constitutional monarchy system. This Sunday, September 18, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said to Radio-Canada that he did not count "debating" on the subject, describing a system that "works".

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refused this Sunday, September 18 to reopen the constitutional debate on the Place de la Monarchie British, whose sovereign is automatically the head of state of Canada.

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"For me, this is not a priority. It is not even something that I intend to debate," said head of the Canadian government in an interview with Radio-Canada carried out in London, in The day before the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

"Make such a deep change in a system that is among the best, the most stable in the world, for me, now, it's not a good idea," said Justin Trudeau, evoking "a complex and complicated moment ".

58% of Canadians would like a referendum

former British colony which became independent in 1867, Canada is a constitutional monarchy having the Sovereign of the United Kingdom for Head of State. Charles II is therefore now officially "king of Canada".

With the death of Elizabeth II, the debate on the place of the monarchy was relaunched. According to an IPSOS survey carried out for Global News, 58% of Canadians wish to hold a referendum on the maintenance or not of the crown.

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This is an increase of five points in one year, according to this survey published on Friday which also reveals that only 44% of Canadians say they have a favorable opinion from Charles III.

For Trudeau, a "system that works"

in the Federal Parliament, the Quebec separatists have recently asked to break the links with the crown, while the left -wing opposition of the NPD, without making it a priority, wishes the abolition of the monarchy.

For Justin Trudeau, however, the constitutional monarchy ensures "remarkable stability" for our time. "It is so much a system that works, in an era where we see our democratic institutions and our democracies around the world crumble a little," said Justin Trudeau who spoke with King Charles III on Saturday . He also met, in London, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. Australia, also still a member of the Commonwealth, is also one of the countries that could see the debate on the release of the constitutional monarchy grow after the death of the Queen.

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Today, at the Buckingham Palace, I met His Majesty King Charles III. I offered him my condolences, to him and to the whole royal family that cries the loss of his majesty Queen Elizabeth II - my thoughts, and those of many Canadians, accompany them.

- Justin Trudeau (@justintrudeau) September 17, 2022

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"we experienced, constitutional debates. Change our system of government, at any time, C 'is difficult, "said the Canadian Prime Minister, notably referring to the two referendums on Quebec's independence (1980 and 1995).

himself son of Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau met Elizabeth II has several times since childhood. He entrusted after his death, tears in his eyes, that the sovereign "was one of favorite people in the world" and that his advice would "miss him a lot".

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