Commonwealth Today and The Need for Reorganization
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Commonwealth Today and The Need for Reorganization

The insignia of this Commonwealth Association is Queen Elizabeth who is taken into account the Supreme of the Commonwealth nations.

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Commonwealth Today and The Need For Reorganization - Background Context


The Maldives re-joined the Commonwealth, quite three years after the Indian Ocean island nation quit amid mounting criticism and title of its human rights.

In year 2016, the Maldives had been pulled out of the Commonwealth. Maldives has been formally put back into the Commonwealth as its 54th member state.
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About Commonwealth of Nations:

  • The Commonwealth of countries, earlier referred to as the British Commonwealth, is an organization of fifty-three states that were principally below the colonial rule of the British Government.
  • They came into effect with the announcement and establishment of the sovereignty of the state from the colonial rule of the Great British Empire and were later conferred self-governance.
  • It claimed, that the Commonwealth countries  are “free and equal.” The insignia of this Commonwealth Association is Queen Elizabeth who is taken into account the Supreme of the Commonwealth nations.
  • The nations of the commonwealth aren't legally responsible or committed to one another. they're rather together by language, historical facts, cultural similarities & differences, likeness towards democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. The Commonwealth Charter lists the values and extends their hands of consonance to the member states every four years.

List of countries that didn't make it as members of Commonwealth ...

  1. Egypt
  2. United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  3. Qatar
  4. Oman
  5. Kuwait
  6. British Somaliland
  7. British Palestine
  8. Iraq
  9. Jordan
  10. Bahrain

Important Key facts

Earlier Name: British Commonwealth.
Composition: Intergovernmental establishment of around fifty-three member states, mostly former British colonies and British settlements.
Year of Establishment: 1949 (London declaration)
Head of Commonwealth: Queen Elizabeth.