Many people talk about the issues in Wales, but few have come up with legal remedy to rectify them. Prince Llywelyn’s first act of state as the de jure King was to separate the powers of monarchy from the powers of government, so the people of Wales could govern themselves and have democracy while still enjoying their historical claim to sovereignty, and the equity they are owed from the United Kingdom. Now Wales may now peruse several avenues moving forward since the lawful government of Wales been restored.
- Reparations could come in many forms. The first step would be negotiations or a legal case with the United Kingdom.
- Decolonisation- Wales could work with the United Nations to request assistance having non-Welsh citizens removed from Wales. The United Nations has processes in place for this to happen; see The United Nations and Decolonisation
- Right of Indigenous Peoples- The Welsh and the Cornish have been found to be the true Britons, or the indigenous peoples of the British Isle in DNA studies carried our by the Oxford University. This being so, they are owed reparations under the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Just as the United States of America pays reparations to the Native Americans.