I can’t call myself an Indigenous Australian and also say sovereignty never ceded

Aboriginal sovereignty is not an abstract idea and can’t be dismissed as such. @IndigenousX host Callum Clayton-Dixon explains the concept and why he thinks it’s integral to the future of Indigenous people in Australia Source: I can’t call myself an Indigenous Australian and also say sovereignty never ceded | #IndigenousX

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Tony Abbott – Illegal PM?

What has happend to Australian democracy that provision of evidence of a requirement of the Consitution for holding political office can be treated with disdain by the Prime Minister and most other politicians? Why has the Murdoch press, who are normally so keen to publish any sensationalist and specious allegations that it can, not pursued this issue with the tenacity and venom it showed in pillorying Julia Gillard and Peter…

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Aboriginal And Party Leaders To Discuss Recognise Campaign As Activists Call For More Radical Agenda

Since the British invasion in 1788, Australia Aborigines & Torres Strait Islanders have suffered all manner of abuse and neglect. Genocide, rape, forced labour, dispossession, state abduction of children, lack of franchise, prejudice, and all manner of abuse and attacks on their culture and freedom. Despite this the First Australians have never conceded sovereignty of their land. They remain the true owners of the Australian continent. Unfortunately, successive colonial and…

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Eligibility for parliamentary office – Australian Constitution.

Australian Constitution 44. Any person who – (i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power: or …shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives. Legal Disputes under Section 44…

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