Elizabeth of England? Would follow Juan Carlos I?

The abdication of Juan Carlos puts eyes on the Queen Elizabeth. (Photo: Reuters).

After the abdication of King Juan Carlos I of Spain, in England have launched a major debate over whether Queen Elizabeth 88 years, should follow suit and abdicating to cede the throne to his son, Carlos.
The Guardian newspaper reported a survey of readers of the media if asked “abdicated King Juan Carlos, Queen Elizabeth should follow?”.
So far, the votes remain divided, as 51 percent of readers voted for Queen Elizabeth II did not give the baton to his son, while 49 percent said that Prince Charles was ready to take the British throne .
International media have quoted a spokesman for the British royal family who claimed that Queen Elizabeth II does not discuss or comment on the abdication of his distant cousin, Juan Carlos I. “It is a matter of the Spanish king and the people,” the spokesman was quoted as saying .
The English tend to remember such questions increasingly common given the advanced age of the monarch, Elizabeth II’s speech made at age 21 in 1947, when it was not yet queen, and is interpreted as a statement of their willingness to take the throne until his death.
“I declare before you all that my whole life, whether long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong,” he said on that occasion.According to data from a survey conducted by the Centre for Sociological Research (CIS) and published in the Country of Spain, the King abdicated in its worst popularity ahead of the Crown of Spain.
The last official study of the CIS, made just a month ago, gave the royal family a clear Spanish descent, with 3.72 out of 10. Footnote That slightly exceeded the previous survey, conducted in 2013, which dropped to 3.68 percent.