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Commonwealth of Nations
Consisting of countries once part of the British Empire, member states of the Commonwealth of Nations maintain the Crown as their head of state. However, providing King Charles III's relative unpopularity, the continuity of the Commonwealth is at stake.

Citing this, delegates representing member states of the Commonwealth will be required to choose a head of its institution to ensure the survival and the sustainment of its realm of influence for generations to come. Cultural heritage, institutionalism, and governance are among subjects that delegates will consider in deciding the fate of one of the last remaining legacies of the vast British Empire that was.



Alexi Dubois



Lily Hughes

Assistant Chair

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