A constitutionally enshrined uniquely Aboriginal organisation will do nothing to solve the ongoing problems of marginalisation and social dysfunction in remote communities and is likely to leave the country dangerously open to disabling activism. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people claim to want a greater say on the laws, policies, and programs that affect their lives, yet there are already hundreds of organisations dedicated to helping them.
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