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Do not pass Act of Recognition

dootch faces-off_the_policeOn the fifth anniversary of Kevin Rudd's famous Apology to the Stolen Generations a small group of First Nations people called on the Federal Government to recognise their sovereignty and not pass the Act of Recognition.

The group of around 30 protesters marched from the Aboriginal Tent Embassy to Parliament House to call on the government not to pass the legislation that was...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 09:54

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One step closer to constitutional change

jody brounAustralia moved one step closer to recognising its First People in the country's founding document after one of the Federal Parliament's rare and uplifting moments of unity between Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott.

Both leaders committed themselves to address what the Prime Minister called "the unhealed wound that even now lies open at the heart of our national story'' and the Opposition Leader dubbed "this stain...

 

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