Queen Elizabeth's picture will be removed from Australia's banknote
Queen Elizabeth's picture will be removed from Australia's banknote: 100-year-old tradition will be broken, and Britain will give place to its leader instead of King Charles
Australia will now remove pictures of the British monarchy from its country's currency. The Central Bank there announced this on Thursday. The bank said that after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, her picture was to be removed from the $5 note and replaced by the picture of King Charles. However, this will not happen now.
Actually, Australia has a system of Constitutional Monarchy under which the King or Queen of Britain is the head of their Parliament. Because of this, his pictures have also been printed on the bank notes there. After 100 years now this tradition will be broken.
Instead of the picture of King Charles, now the picture of the leader of a large local community in Australia will be printed on the banknote. For this, the bank has also sought suggestions. The Reserve Bank said that the culture and history of Australia will be given tribute through the new design. This will take a few years. The bank has taken this decision after talking to the government.
The decision not to print the picture of King Charles on the bank notes has been welcomed by the native community there. He believes that Australia will now have to get out of Britain's influence. Importance should be given to that community which has been living in Australia for the last 65 thousand years. Which is called original or native.
After the death of Queen Elizabeth, once again there is a debate in Australia on considering Britain's Monarch as the constitutional head of his country. Regarding this, pressure is also being created on the government of Anthony Albanese to hold elections. However, in the year 1999, there was also a referendum in which the side supporting the Constitutional Monarchy won by a very small number of votes. According to the report of Aljazeera, now the situation has changed. People's attachment to the British Monarchy has decreased.