Jamaica governor suspends personal use of royal engagement over ‘disturbing image’

Jamaica governor suspends personal use of royal engagement over 'disturbing image'

The announcement was announced on Friday by Governor Sir Patrick Allen, the Jamaican representative of the British monarchy. According to Allen’s statement, St Michael and St. He said that he had suspended the personal use of his engagement due to his disturbing effects. on the general governor’s website.
According to the British, on one side of the engagement is St. Michael and Satan have a picture royal family website. The image posted on the website of the general governor and highlighted by Allen shows Satan as a dark-skinned man under the White Archangel foot and has recently caused rage in Jamaica.

In a statement, Allen admitted that the suspension was “increasingly denied the use of objects that normalize the concerns expressed by the citizens on the image in the medal and the constant deterioration of the people of color”.

Allen, St. Michael and St. He sent a letter to the Chancellor of the Order of George, asking for the image to be revised and “changing to reflect an inclusive image of the common humanity of all peoples.”

CNN reached the palace press office for comment, but has not yet received a response.

According to the royal website, the Order of St. Michael and St. George serves in a foreign country or in relation to foreign and Commonwealth businesses, such as the work of foreign service officers and diplomats.

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