SA Constitutional recognition ‘not enough’ for some Aboriginal groups

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It’s been a historic week for South Australians, with the Bill to recognise Aboriginal people in the State’s Constitution finally passed through parliament, after months of planning and negotiations. The amendment will recognise past injustices and acknowledge Indigenous citizens as the first owners and occupiers of South Australia.

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Wednesday, March 27 2013
Produced By Lisa Burns
Featured in storyProfessor Peter Buckskin, Convenor of the State's Advisory Committee on the recognition of Aboriginal people in the South Australian ConstitutionKarno Walker, sovereign tribal lawman and chairperson, spokesperson for Ramindjeri Nation
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