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Now the situation is calm at Tyendinaga
OTTAWA, April 26 – Following several discussions between the National Grand Chief Guillaume Carle of the Confederation of the Aboriginal People of Canada and the Mohawk War Chief of Tyendinaga, the situation is improved. It was understood that a mediator/negotiator was not necessary any more in this file. Also, the Grand Chief of the Confederation is very worried by the fact that some Mohawks people were arrested yesterday and have serious body lesions. The whole remains to be to clear up.
The Confederation of the Aboriginal People of Canada remains in the file regarding the complaints that will be notified in due course to the United Nations for the non-respect of the Human Rights and the Declaration of the Indigenous Rights.
For further information: Alain Prénoveau, Confederation of Aboriginal People of Canada, (514) 605-8652
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