“We look forward to working with the state government and traditional landowners to take the next steps to end the princes of land ownership for our project,” she said. We strongly oppose a land use contract with Adani for the Carmichael mine on our traditional lands. The candidate`s member, Mr. Dallen, said that if those who voted “yes” to the Adani agreement had known the dismal nature of the agreement, they would probably have voted no. He said the value of ILUA is less than $700,000 a year, with promises of “jobs and business opportunities.” He wants Adani to renegotiate a fairer deal with the W-J. Palaszczuk government do not announce the decision Wangan and Jagalingou people say about them on their own land In a meeting with government officials Friday, looking for a lease stop for mining infrastructure, they learned that the state government had instead granted Adani exclusive ownership over a large part of their land on Thursday , including the space currently occupied for ceremonial purposes. Australia`s leading human rights lawyers` association spoke of the urgent need to reform the process of creating native title agreements and said it must comply with international human rights standards. The comments come after the Queensland government used discretionary powers to remove the national title of more than 1,385 hectares from Wangan Country and De Jagalingou to Adani for the Carmichael Coal and Rail Project. Mr. Hardie said that, as is again the case, Queensland South Native Title Services should not have organized this meeting, if the Carmichael mine continued, it would tear the heart of the country.
The extent of this mine means that it would have devastating effects on our native title, on ancestral lands and waters, on our dead plants and animals, and on our ecological and cultural heritage. It would pollute and deduce billions of litres of groundwater and destroy key source systems. It would wipe out potentially threatened and threatened species. It would literally leave a huge black hole, monumental in proportions, where there once was our homeland. These effects are irreversible. Our country is “disappeared.” Mr Hardie, who was the principal legal agent for Queensland South Native Title Services from 2006 to 2010, says steps have been taken to ensure that those who raised their hands to support Adani were completely inadequate. The President of the W-J Council, Adrian Burragubba, and a group of representatives from Wangan and Jagalingou had asked the government to exclude the transfer of their country, saying that they had never given Adani their consent to occupy their country. Another group of traditional owners – the Wangan and Jagalingou Family Council (W-J) – who oppose the derision of mines against Mr. Dow`s insistence on compliance with the standard protocol during the ILUA treaty process and describes it as a concrete manifestation of all that is wrong with native title legislation , which, in its view, was created to favour large miners. Attorneys Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR) President Kerry Weste said: “ALHR is concerned that the title agreement process is another example of a lack of appropriate balance and protection in the ability of governments and private companies to exert disproportionate power over indigenous peoples.” The declaration also reaffirms the rights of indigenous peoples to land and culture. Considering that this is an ambitious document, as Australia does, the declaration would express the cultural priorities of indigenous peoples in political for a.