Short Speech: How Has Aboriginal Citzenship Changed Since 1901
At the beginning of the Commonwealth of Australia?s history, Aborigines were not counted as citizens. Section 127 of the constitution stated, ?in reckoning the numbers of the people of the Commonwealth or of a State or other part of the Commonwealth, aboriginal natives shall not be counted?. This meant they did not vote, they did not pay taxes and they could not hold Government Jobs. In many facets their rights became significantly less over the years but overall they certainly didn?t start improving until 1944 with the sickness benefits act.
The laws said that each state would make it…
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