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A treaty is the appropriate mechanism for such negotiations. Naturally, such a treaty must contain the basic principles for discussions and conclusion within the framework of the Mabo High Court decision -now and in the future. On 3 June 1992, the High Court made the great leap forward in recognising that Australia and the Torres Strait Islands were not empty terra nullius before the British invasion of 1788. Australia was peopled by hundreds of Aboriginal nations, each with a distinct, rich and complex culture.
Other governments have been negotiating with indigenous people over the sharing of power and resources for a very long time. Treaties in Canada, the United States and New Zealand assume negotiating between governments and indigenous peoples over the sharing of power and resources. ernix-g the conduct of persons, including non-Indians, in the Indian country. Established bodies such as tribal police enforce the laws for the administration of justice. Laws exist to exclude or remove nonmembers from the reservations and regulate hunting and fishing policies, land use policies and environmental protection.
The federal government must pursue the concept of a treaty as they promised to do some years ago. This government must keep its promise to enter into a treaty with the indigenous people, particularly in this United Nations Year for the World's Indigenous People. This would demonstrate to the world that Australians, both Aboriginal and nonAboriginal, can exist in cultural harmony and celebrate our common humanity together. History must not be a cross for us as a nation to carry into the future. Our children must inherit a society better than the one that we inherited.
Aboriginal self-determination in Australia by Christine Fletcher