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Prime Minister’s man quits over leak to Tent Embassy

julia gillardTent Embassy founder, Michael Anderson has demanded answers following the revelations the Prime Minister's press secretary had leaked false claims Federal Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott wanted to close down the Tent Embassy and that he was attending a function only a short distance from last week's Tent Embassy celebrations.

Mr Anderson said the revelations proved there were forces at play intent upon...

 

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We want sovereignty

sam watsonAustralia will never win a seat on the United Nations Security Council unless the Federal Government acknowledges Indigenous sovereignty, an original member of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Michael Anderson said.

Mr Anderson said the mission of the Tent Embassy, established 40 years ago, was a declaration of Indigenous people's sovereignty over Australia.

He was speaking after 200 protesters trapped...

 

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