MPs have been told Assembly members in Wales should be allowed to pledge their allegiance to the Welsh people rather than the Queen.
Labour former minister Kevin Brennan presented a petition in the Commons on behalf of those calling for a law change to give new AMs the choice.
They believe Welsh politicians should be given a similar option to their counterparts in the Northern Ireland assembly, who are allowed to take a pledge of office. MPs and peers in Westminster must take an oath of allegiance to the Crown before they are allowed to take their seats in Parliament after they are elected.
The call came in a petition introduced by the Cardiff West MP.
Mr Brennan said the petition also notes another online campaign has received more than 1,000 signatures.