Murrawarri Republic

Police cause ugly confrontation with Aboriginal people at Canberra ANZAC Commemoration

Organisers of the undeclared Frontier War's parade today, during the Canberra ANZAC day parade condemned the actions of the AFP for refusing to allow 200 Aboriginals and their supporters to peacefully march up ANZAC Avenue to lay a Wreath to Commemorate all those who died in wars, including those who died in the 18th, 19th, and twentieth century Frontier Wars defending their country. Ghillar Anderson said the AFP demonstrated appalling behaviour at the Frontier Wars commemoration March and that he would now seek advice in respect to whether what had happened constituted an act of racism. Read more about Police cause ugly confrontation with Aboriginal people at Canberra ANZAC Commemoration

Sovereign Union moves forward - 3 Nations already declared their independence

Pangarte Rosalie Kunoth-Monks and Ghillar Michael Anderson (Image: Geoff Bagnell, National Indigenous Times)

Seventeen Nations were represented at the inaugural Gathering of Nations, held in the House of Representatives in Old Parliament House and at the Aboriginal Embassy, Canberra. Three of these Nations have already declared their continuing independence and pre-existing Statehood. They are the Murrawarri Republic; the Euahlayi Peoples Republic and the Republic of Mbarbaram, Atherton Tablelands, Far North Queensland.

Pangarte Rosalie Kunoth-Monks of the Alyewarre Nation and Ghillar Michael Anderson, Head of State of the Euahlayi Nation, were chosen unanimously as joint head spokespersons for the Sovereign Union on behalf of the Nations present. Read more about Sovereign Union moves forward - 3 Nations already declared their independence

Inaugural Meeting of the Peoples Council of the Murrawarri Republic

The first meeting of the Peoples Council of the Murrawarri Republic was held at Weilmoringle on Saturday 13 July 2013 where the Murrawarri Peoples have maintained continuous occupation, presence and possession of their Ancient Murrawarri Land, Subsurface, Waters, Natural Resources and Airspace.

The Peoples Council formally passed a unanimous resolution to establish the Provisional Council of State.

Inaugural Meeting of the Peoples Council of the Murrawarri Republic
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Australia's Aborigines Launch a Bold Legal Push for Independence

If a determined group of indigenous people get their way, the world’s newest country won’t be in Africa or the Balkans but on the eastern periphery of Australia’s outback.

On March 31, the Murrawarri people took the first step in ending more than 200 years of colonial rule when they sent letters to Queen Elizabeth II and the Australian government demanding evidence of either a treaty or deed of cessation. When those parties failed to respond to the Murrawarri’s 28-day deadline, they issued a Declaration of the Continuance of the State of Murrawarri Nation. Read more about Australia's Aborigines Launch a Bold Legal Push for Independence

Italian Media: Birth of the Republic of Aboriginal Murrawarri

Murrawarri Location on World Globe

Italy: Although snubbed by Western media, news has arrived from Australia that a new republic has been declared.

The Murrawarri Republic is approximately the size of Basilicata in Sicily and is located in the Australian states of New South Wales and Queensland.

Murrawarri is an Aboriginal name and the culture of the area has always been Aboriginal and it has claimed full sovereignty over its territory and has done so with many cards in hand ... See Translated article Read more about Italian Media: Birth of the Republic of Aboriginal Murrawarri

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