20 November 2000 Media Statement
The Minister in Charge of Treaty
Negotiations, Margaret Wilson says that following
yesterday's meeting of Te Kauhanganui o Waikato Inc, it
appears that the vacancies on the executive body, Te
Kaumaarua have been filled.
"This resolves the uncertainty
about governance and clears the way for the Crown to pay the
settlement money," said Ms Wilson.
"The Crown requires a
duly signed resolution directing it to transfer the final
payment to a specificed account".
"Once this final legal
formality is completed the Crown will immediately transfer
the funds as
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