Euahlayi Nation declares independence and asserts pre-existing and continuing Statehood | Sovereign Union – First Nations Interim National Unity Government

Euahlayi Nation Media Release12 August 2013Goodooga, Euahlayi Nation, in upper western region of NSWGhillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union and now Convenor of the Provisional Euahlayi Peoples Executive Council said today:On 3 August 2013 in Dirranbandi, Queensland, a meeting of key Euahlayi family members and Elders concluded that a letter be forwarded to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, informing her that the People of the Euahlayi have asserted their pre-existing and continuing Statehood.This decision follows on from previous correspondence with Buckingham Palace. On 24 July 2010 I wrote under my natural and given Euahlayi name, Ghillar, to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II asking the following questions:Can you provide us with the documents, where war was declared against the Peoples of the Euahlayi Nation or whereThe Peoples of the Euahlayi voluntarily ceded their sovereignty to Great Britain.Our most recent correspondence reminds Her Majesty that on 24 August 2010 her Senior Correspondence Officer, Mrs Sonia Bonici, wrote from Buckingham Palace that:As a constitutional Sovereign, Her Majesty acts through her personal representative, the Governor-General, on the advice of her Australian Ministers and it is to them that your appeal should be directed.I also received a letter addressed to ‘Ghillar’ from the Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General signed by Mark Fraser OAM, Deputy Official Secretary to the Governor-General, responding for and on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II’s, Australian representative saying that:I regret to advice you that I cannot add anything further to my reply of 7th July and I am unable to supply any of the documents that you seek.Clearly, the Heads of Government within Australia are unable to produce any legitimate documents, which provide a legal right for their continuing governance over our lands and waters within our borders.

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