Prince Charles and his spouse Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are on a three-day go to to the African nation to symbolize the Queen as head of the Commonwealth. Their go to comes after the UK’s first flight of asylum seekers certain for Rwanda was grounded by authorized challenges towards the coverage.
The future King has reportedly stated in non-public the Government’s controversial migration coverage was “appalling”, based on The Times.
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A Clarence House spokesman stated Charles wouldn’t be commenting on “supposed remarks made in non-public” besides to say “the prince is politically impartial” and that coverage was a matter for the Government.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson can also be within the Rwandan capital Kigali for the Commonwealth summit.
The Prime Minister’s spokesman stated the migration coverage was not one thing Mr Johnson was targeted on on the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting summit.
He emphasised challenges dealing with the Commonwealth reminiscent of sustainability, local weather change and ladies’ training have been the precedence.
Clarence House confirmed Charles and Mr Johnson will meet for a cup of tea and catch-up on Friday morning, June 24.
Downing Street added it’s “unlikely” the UK’s Rwanda asylum coverage can be mentioned.
Charles has been criticised up to now for expressing his private views on the setting as members of the Royal Family ought to stay neutral and politically impartial.
Conservative MP Tom Hunt has warned Charles ought to “be extremely cautious going ahead”.
As a outcome, Express.co.uk requested readers whether or not Charles ought to have interaction within the UK’s migration coverage throughout his go to to the nation.
In a ballot that ran from 10am on Sunday, June 19, to 6pm on Thursday, June 23, Express.co.uk requested: “Should Prince Charles wade in on UK migration plan on Rwanda journey?”
A complete of two,502 individuals responded with the dominant response, gaining 93 p.c of votes (2,336 individuals), being “no”, Charles shouldn’t wade in on UK migration plan throughout his go to to Rwanda.
Just six p.c (139 individuals) stated “sure” he ought to, whereas one p.c (27 individuals) stated they didn’t know both means.
Dozens of readers shared their ideas within the feedback beneath the accompanying article.
While username Scottydoggy stated: “Absolutely not. It’s a political matter and he should have no enter.”
Others commented he wanted to observe the Queen’s exemplary behaviour and never share his opinions.
Username Cookyz stated: “He ought to do as his mom has at all times performed and thoughts his personal enterprise!!!”
Username JanetWCQ1958 wrote: “Best to say nothing and keep out of politics like his mom has.”
Another, username F252 stated: “He ought to preserve quiet publicly about Government enterprise.”
However, some readers thought that Charles was entitled to share his opinions on the migration coverage throughout his journey.
Username jackthelass stated: “He has an opinion, he can say it – who’s going to cease him.”
And username Will-l am Not stated: “He’s entitled to an opinion like anybody else.”