Australian aboriginal elders call for representative body, treaties

Sydney (dpa) – Hundreds of Aboriginal elders gathered in Uluru in central Australia have called for treaties with the government and a constitutionally-enshrined voice in parliament. The Referendum Council that organized the historic meeting said Friday that delegates overwhelmingly rejected the acknowledgement of Aboriginal people in the constitution as “merely symbolic.” Instead, the final statement pushes…

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