Cyfansoddiad Cymru IV (b): Pennaeth y Wladwriaeth - Gweriniaeth

Erthygl wreiddiol yn yr iaith Saesneg.

After looking at possible options for a constitutional monarchy, it’s now time to turn to what’s probably the favoured head of state option amongst nationalists – a republic.

I’ll be looking into the possible powers and role of a head of state in Part VII.

Darllenwch fwy

Cyfansoddiad Cymreig IV (a): Pennaeth y Wladwriaeth - Brenhiniaeth Gyfansoddiadol

Erthygl wreiddiol yn yr iaith Saesneg.

The next step of this constitutional “journey” starts with the top job – head of state.

I’ll be looking into the possible powers and role of a head of state in Part VII.

With an expectation that I’m going to get some blowback for this particular piece, for the record this isn’t my personal favoured option – I’m a republican on principle but retaining the monarchy wouldn’t necessarily be a deal-breaker if it meant Wales becoming independent in the first place. It’s worth reminding everyone that it took Ireland 27 years to go from a crown dominion to a republic.

Darllenwch fwy