The Government defends that Juan Carlos I will keep his title of King “for life”, needing that the denomination of king emeritus does not appear at any end, and has compared it with the situations that occur in other countries such as Japan, Belgium and Luxembourg, as indicated in a parliamentary response in the Senate to which Europa Press has had access.
This is how the Executive of Pedro Sanchez to a written question formulated in the Senate by the parliamentarian of Commitment, Carles Mulet, who echoes another response from the Government in which he defended the status of King of Juan Carlos I claiming that it is also customary in other monarchies in its environment.
In this sense, the Valencian senator once again asked the Government if it was going to modify the decree that names Juan Carlos I as King on an honorary basis after his abdication, something to which the Executive of Pedro Sánchez replies that Juan Carlos I will keep this title of King for life.
This response arises in the midst of public controversy over some requests for the removal of the status of King from Juan Carlos I and the debate on a hypothetical Law of the Crown to delimit the activities of the Royal House.
In other monarchies
In the parliamentary reply, the Government maintains that this situation with King Juan Carlos I occurs in a similar way, although “not intended to be exhaustive” in other monarchies such as Belgium, with King Albert II; Luxembourg, with the Grand Duke Juan; or Japan, with Emperor Akihito, who is called Daijo Tenno or Joko.
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