Barbados: End of 400 years of rule, independent Barbados severing ties with Britain

New Delhi: According to a report in the British media BBC, Barbados became a republic after leaving the British colony completely. Barbados has announced the removal of Queen Elizabeth II from the post of head of government. That is the end of about 400 years of rule. Barbados became independent after the Queen’s rule was severed and relations with the British were severed. & Nbsp; & nbsp;

The country also ended the remainder of the nearly 400-year-old colony by removing the British queen from the post of head of government. New Republic of Barbados with thousands of people cheering on the Chamberlain Bridge in the capital, Bridgetown, at midnight. The crowded Heroes Square is filled with 21 rounds of artillery and national anthems.

Colonial rule ends in Barbados. Now that country is fully recognized as a democracy. Now Sanda Mason will be the Governor General of that country. Sandra Mason will also be the attorney and judge there. He has served as ambassador to Venezuela, Colombia, Chile and Brazil. He will be sworn in as president on Tuesday night. And this is how history is written. Sandra was sworn in as the first president of Barbados after dancing, singing and speaking. Thousands thronged the Chamberlain Bridge. In addition, the national anthem was played 21 times in the crowded Heroes Square. Barbadian singer Rihanna was present.

Barbados was a British colony. It was known as Little England. The people of Barbados have elected their first president. He received two-thirds of the vote. & Nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp;


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