Territory citizens are second-class Aussies

Citizens of the ACT and NT are second-class Australians, and are forced to endure that status by Australian law. In any review of the ACT (Self-Government) Act 1988 of the Commonwealth – the legislation which set up the current ACT system – is it is of fundamental importance that ACT citizens gain equal rights in their own ‘state’ and nation to those of all other Australians, CLA says.

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