Australian Government Rejects Move for Constitutional Indigenous ‘Recognition’


By Adam Baidawi, 27 October
An Aboriginal Flag over the Australian War Memorial in Canberra ( Photo credit: Lukas Coch/European Pressphoto)Agency
An Aboriginal Flag over the Australian War Memorial in Canberra ( Photo credit: Lukas Coch/European Pressphoto)Agency
The Australian government on Thursday formally rejected a proposal to amend the country’s Constitution to add a body representing Indigenous people. A government-appointed Indigenous group called the Referendum Councilmade the proposal in June, seeking a national referendum to create the bod...
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