The Aboriginal flag is a National Flag of Australia, one …

Comment on Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill: it’s not over yet by OMG.

The Aboriginal flag is a National Flag of Australia, one of only three, and is governed by a Commonwealth Act, therefore voiding the requirement for only locals to sign the petition.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet state that permission is not needed to fly a National Flag so why are they being forced to ask permission and petition?
These women are not as ignorant as some like to think. In fact they are exercising their express right, enforcing a Commonwealth Law and acting out the strength and smart they claimed in their original statement. Go ladies, show what real community consultation looks like!

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