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Ka hanga painga ake te pire hou hei âwhina

Ka hanga painga ake te pire hou hei âwhina i te Mâori

Kei te tautoko te Minita mô ngâ Take Mâori, a Parekura Horomia, i ngâ whakapainga ki çtahi ture, mai i ngâ whakarerekçtanga kei roto i te Pire Take Mâori 2007.


Kei te tautoko te Minita mô ngâ Take Mâori, a Parekura Horomia, i ngâ whakapainga ki çtahi ture, mai i ngâ whakarerekçtanga kei roto i te Pire Take Mâori 2007.

I whakatakototia te Pire ki te Whare inâtata nei, hei hanga rerekçtanga, hei whakatika i çtahi wâhanga ture e mau ana inâianei. E whâ ngâ momo ture ka whakarerekçtia, kia eke ki ngâ take tuatahi a te Kâwanatanga, kia whakatika rânei i çtahi kôhikohiko, e kî ana a Horomia.

"Ko tçtahi o ngâ whakarerekçtanga koia nei ka âwhina i tçnei Kâwanatanga ki te whakatutuki i tâ mâtou piriponotanga ki te whakatau i ngâ kerçme Tiriti hîtori i mua o te tau 2020."

Ko tçtahi o ngâ whakarerekçtanga e whakaarotia ana ki te Ture Tiriti o Waitangi 2007, ko te whakamâha ake i te nui rawa o ngâ mema noa iho kei runga i te Rôpû Whakamana i te Tiriti o Waitangi, mai i 16 atu ki 20. Mâ konei e âwhina i te Taraipiunara ki te whakatutuki i ngâ mahi nui ake kei a râtou.

"Me tçtahi whakarerekçtanga ka tohu i te whakapakaritanga i te hononga i waenga i te Karauna me Ngâti Tûwharetoa," e kî ana a Horomia.

He whakarerekçtanga ki tekiona 10 o te Ture Poari Kaitiaki Mâori 1955, ka whakahou i te utunga â-tau ka utua e te Karauna ki te Poari Kaitiaki Mâori o Tûwharetoa, ($1.5 miriona) kua whakaaetia i raro i tçtahi kirimini hou e pâ ana ki te Moana o Taupo.

Me çtahi ake whakarerekçtanga e whakaarotia ana ka:

.Whakarite i te pakeketanga pôti ki te 18 tau ki roto i Ture Poari Kaitiaki Mâori 1955;
.Whakatika i çtahi hç tuhinga pakupaku nei kei roto i Te Ture Whenua Mâori 1993; me te
. Whakatika i te Ture Poari Kaitiaki Mâori o Maniapoto 1988, hei whakatû Kômiti Whakahaere Â-rohe kia tû hei mângai mô ngâ marae honohono a Maniapoto kei te Âkau o Kâwhia, me te whakawhiwhi i çtahi ake mahi whakatika pakupaku ki taua Ture.

"I runga i te whânuitanga, he âhua rite ki te whakapai whare ngâ whakarerekçtanga nei, çngari he mea whakahirahira ki ngâ rôpû ka whakapâ mai çnei whakaritenga ki a râtou," e kî ana a Horomia.


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