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In Canada, would becoming a republic require indigenous consent?

No Amendments to the Constitution of Canada affecting the office of the Monarch (becoming a republic would require its abolition) require the unanimous consent of the legislative assemblies of all of ...
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Why is the Treaty of Waitangi not considered a legal document?

It just so happens that the Parliament is the body to decide what is law and what is not. Being the top authority within the country, it can create or repeal laws as it pleases, grant or take legal ...
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