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The day Julia Gillard said no to a Treaty

gillard yunupinguBy National Indigenous Times reporter Gerry Georgatos

It was the day then acting Prime Minister and now formally and officially this country's Prime Minister, Julia Gillard gave South Australia's Elders a clear pointer to her views about entering into a treaty with this country's First Peoples and that was it won't happen on her watch.

 

The incident occurred back on December...

 

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