I was just asking if, in order to settle in Greece after his exile, Constantine II had to renounce his own rights to the throne, and, moreover, his children rights, which seem rather odd considering they were all adults.
IIRC ADk Otto renounced his own rights to the austrian throne in order to return to Austria but he never renounced his (adult) sons' rights.
: Since your subject line is about Constantine
: II, the renunciation of George I is not
: really relevant. The Danish Succession Act
: limits the succession to descendants of
: Christian X Queen Alexandrine, so King
: Constantine has no rights to that throne.
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: Read in a nother board that, in order to be
: allowed to move to Greece, the republic
: forced the former King to forfeit, not only
: his succession rights, but also those of his
: Is this right ?
: Unless for moral reasons, the king could
: have renounced in his name and thus have the
: chance to move to his beloved Greece.
: But all his children were major of age so I
: can't see how could he have renounced in
: their name unless he had their explicit