Constitutional Ammendment Recognised the First Peoples of South Australia2013

The Constitution (Recognition of Aboriginal Peoples) Amendment Bill recognised the First Peoples of South Australia. The amendment recognises that the colony was established without proper recognition, consultation or authorisation of the Aboriginal peoples of South Australia. It acknowledges Aboriginal people as the State’s first peoples and nations and as the traditional owners and occupants of the land and waters. It has no legal force or effect.

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