Friday, January 1, 2016

Muaupoko Hearings Dec 2015 Agreement in Principle AMENDED

Decision made by Crown Counsel for OTS declining to enter into an "Agreement in Principle" with the "MANDATED MUAUPOKO TRIBAL COUNCIL."  

In the first quarter of 2016, is the "Mandated Iwi" process being challenged, this opens the door for Ngaatiawa Iwi claimants.   

To finally challenge the Te Ati Awa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust (Mandated Fisheries Iwi) who has had  NO BENEIFICIARES since 2002, with NON-TRANSPARENT POLICES as their operational processes.
This change of heart occurred because the Waitangi Tribunal gave 22 Muaupoko Claimants the right to have a WAI Hearing.  This decision was made after WAI 1018 Barrister and his clients gave evidence.  Which changed the adversaries and Crown Counsel minds.  Regarding "Agreement in Principle." 
The albeit "RADICAL" Muaupoko Iwi members were permitted to have a voice.   
Crown Law office has been notified - regarding Ombudsmans Reports, we will challenge Crown Counsel and OTS should they attempt to force us to be governed by Te Ati Awa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust (AWCT) "Mandated Iwi"
Using AWCT financial practices between 1995-2015 as non-transparency continues to thrive under government legislations.  
Corrupt morality with large ego's being the determining factors.  As their advisors who created these injustices in 2002 continue being the back room conductors to maintain division, coverups and corruption.   
"NON-TRANSPARENCY"
At the cost of everyone who has DNA to many honorouble Ngaatiawa Ariki, whom the government AND Parata Whanau attempted to erase from history.  On the Kapiti Coast.

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