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Have your say on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal Peoples in South Australia

10 September 2012

The South Australian Government made a commitment to give formal recognition of Aboriginal Peoples as the First People of this state by asking the Parliament to amend the state’s Constitution.

An advisory panel has released a discussion paper and is consulting with South Australians on the words and placement of the proposed amendment to the Constitution Act 1934.

Community meetings are being held in metropolitan, regional, and rural areas of South Australia over September and October and written submissions can be provided to the Panel until 15 September.