Australian news, and some related international items

Indigenous Treaty Now, Not Just Constitutional Recognition Paul Gregoire 9 April 2017:

Treaty now

“A treaty is a formal settlement or agreement made between independent states. Treaties establish binding obligations and formal relations between two parties.

“Mr Terry Mason explained that treaties between the government and each of the land’s Indigenous nations would deal with matters of self-determination, land rights and custodianship.
And he believes they would guard against “discriminating legislation,” such as the Turnbull government’s recent attempts to amend native title laws.

““Aboriginal peoples must be able to take control of their own lives and resources  in a progressive manner at both political and economic levels,” Mason added. … “


April 17, 2017 - Posted by | aboriginal issues, AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, legal

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