Why King Charles III & Royal Family Are Postponing Public Engagements


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King Charles IIIthe calendar has just opened.

Buckingham Palace revealed that the royal family is postponing public appearances after the UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunakannouncement that there will be a general election on July 4.

“Following the Prime Minister's statement this afternoon calling a general election, the royal family will postpone — in accordance with the usual procedure — commitments that may appear to divert attention or distract from the electoral campaign,” the Palace said in a statement obtained on May 22 by The Telegraph. “Her Majesties send their sincere apologies to anyone who may be affected as a result.”

This is the UK's first general election in nearly five years. And if you're wondering how they work, Parliament's official website explains that these elections give people the chance to vote for their local MP.

“This person will represent a local area (constituency) in the House of Commons for up to five years,” the website states. “There is a selection of several candidates in each constituency. Some will be the local candidates of the national political parties. The candidate who receives the most votes becomes their deputy.”

“The political party that wins the most seats in the House of Commons in a general election usually forms the new government,” he adds later. “Their leader becomes prime minister.”


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