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Rapanui self-determination is in action

2015/04/12
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Rapanui self-determination is in action

Rapanui self-determination is in action. Rapanui have taken control of all the archeological sites on the islands. “We are constructing our self-determination…Rapanui Parliament are meeting everyday to make the traditional rights the norm, not Chilean laws…We are creating Rapanui government institutions to manage the 90,000+ tourists that enter the island…”

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Rapa Nui Parliament close all archeological sites for tourists.

2015/03/29
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Rapa Nui Parliament close all archeological sites for tourists.

Thursday Mar 26, 2015– The Rapa Nui Parliament at the General Assembly meeting passed a resolution to close all archeological sites for tourists in the entire Rapa Nui territory. In an effort to change the dialogue and set up a new system for tourists to pay the Rapa Nui Parliament instead of the Chilean...

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2015/03/29
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Thursday Mar 26, 2015– The Rapa Nui Parliament at the General Assembly meeting passed a resolution to close all archeological sites for tourists in the entire Rapa Nui territory. In an effort to change the dialogue and set up a new system for tourists to pay the Rapa Nui Parliament instead of the Chilean...

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2015/03/28
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Thursday Mar 26, 2015– The Rapa Nui Parliament at the General Assembly meeting passed a resolution to close all archeological sites for tourists in the entire Rapa Nui territory. In an effort to change the dialogue and set up a new system for tourists to pay the Rapa Nui Parliament instead of the Chilean...

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Millennium Development Goals statement

2014/02/10
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Millennium Development Goals statement

United Nations Millennium Development Goals Eighth session of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals Agenda Item Rule of Law and Governance Feb 7, 2014, 9:45 a.m. Intervention delivered by Santi Hitorangi Moana Nui/Rapa Nui   I am advocating for Moana Nui, a network of Pacific-wide rights-holders focusing on justice issues concerning resources,...

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Fernando Hito lost at sea

2013/12/26
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Fernando Hito lost at sea

Fisherman disappears Rapanui and Chilean Navy accused of not cooperating in rescue operation. Fernando Hito has been lost at sea for 5 days – there was a big delay in getting a search party out. The missing fisherman belongs to Clan Hitorangi, internationally famous for the courageous struggle they have given towards the recovery...

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