Constitution

ALBA policy is to have an elected head of state

Alba has made it our policy to move to an elected head of state with a written constitution:

once the term of the much respected present monarch is over

ALBA party

ALBA considers that a series of citizens’ assemblies followed by a referendum will be the appropriate mechanism for consultation, participation and approval.

The written constitution starts from the principle that the people are sovereign, in keeping with the Scottish constitutional tradition and as such ALBA will propose to the consultation that, once the term of the much respected present monarch is over, Scotland should move to an elected head of state with similar powers to the Uachtarán na hÉireann

Read more on the ALBA website…