No, Te Ati Awa WAI claims are identified in this document, advocated by Te Hono ki Raukawa, referred to as the Raukawa and Ati Awa Team.
Raukawa and Te Ati Awa Research Plan click on linkNgati Kauwhata stated today 22/06/2015 they were not part of the Raukawa Confederation, in a document filed to tribunal office.
As Ngātiawa ki Kapiti te Taku Tai is not part of the A.R.T Confederation.
This statement written in a report on the Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust states very clearly why we are not.Written in Solicitor Generals 2012 Report:
It is stated, Damian Parata, Denise Parata. Tutere Parata, Daniel Mullen, Jack Rikihana, Bill Carter, "were all naïve." In formulating the Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust “Trust Deed.”
"They were incompetent, had no understanding, experience or business skills to invest into any business scheme."Furthermore, according to the Solicitor General, the trustees “did not have a sufficient understanding of the role of trustees of a charitable trust where there are no direct beneficiaries.”
“charitable trust where there are no direct beneficiaries"
All the same people with a couple of add on's control this trust today. No changes have been made to constitution.