The decision not to illuminate the Sydney Opera House for his coronation King Charles C was taken by the state government in New South Wales, with a spokesperson explaining that this is a measure aimed at reducing costs.
In Australiawhere King Charles is Head of State, the role of the monarchy is controversial. While many public buildings and monuments, including Parliament House in the capital Canberra, will be illuminated for the coronationthe Sydney Opera House, which was illuminated last year after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, will not be among them.
“The New South Wales Government believes it has struck the right balance in terms of meeting the community’s expectations for the celebration of this occasion and taking into account public expenditure.”a government spokesman said.
Source: News Beast
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