130120 – ALSWA calls for bipartisan commitment to justice reinvestment: Aboriginal Legal Service of WA

* ALSWA calls for bipartisan commitment to justice reinvestment
* NIRS: WA legal service slams criminal justice system failures
* Background to Aboriginal imprisonment and Deaths in Custody

* Tracker:
Six million to attend “Australia Day” events on Invasion date

* NITV News:
NSW Aboriginal Land Council under fire over CSG permits

* Australian:
Road project may be halted as Aborigines seek burial-ground injunction

* SNAICC News:
Appointment of Professor Helen Milroy as a Royal Commissioner

* ALSWA welcomes establishment of new family violence legal service

* NITV News:
Indigenous health program in NT may lose funding

* Greens Senator Scott Ludlam:
Greens call on British to deliver justice for
victims of Maralinga nuclear tests
* SBS Audio: Maralinga compo hopes dashed

* Other articles

* ALSWA CALLS FOR BIPARTISAN COMMITMENT TO JUSTICE REINVESTMENT:

– Media Statement

Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (Inc.) (ALSWA):
ALSWA calls for bipartisan commitment to justice reinvestment
http://www.als.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=249:alswa-calls-for-bipartisan-commitment-to-justice-reinvestment&catid=13:media-releases&Itemid=46
15 Jan 13: “It’s time for the State Government to take
action to address the overrepresentation of Aboriginal
children in Western Australia’s criminal justice system.
The Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (ALSWA)
CEO, Dennis Eggington, has welcomed the completion of a
recent report into Australia’s children’s courts, in the
hope that it will spark a renewed focus on this issue.
“The findings of the National Assessment of Australia’s
Children’s Courts reinforce what ALSWA has been saying for
years: Western Australia’s juvenile justice system is in a
state of crisis,” Mr Eggington said.
Western Australia has the highest incarceration rate for
Aboriginal children in Australia, with close to 75 per
cent of juveniles in custody being Aboriginal. … ”

See:

ALSWA: Our History
http://www.als.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=11&Itemid=3
“ALSWA developed from the Justice Committee of the New Era
Aboriginal Fellowship Inc. in the late 1960s. … ALSWA is
currently the largest community based Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander legal organization in Australia.”

* NIRS:
WA LEGAL SERVICE SLAMS CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM FAILURES

– News

National Indigenous Radio Service:
WA legal service slams criminal justice system failures
http://www.nirs.org.au/news/latest-news/7756-wa-legal-service-slams-criminal-justice-system-failures
17 Jan 13: “The chief executive of the Aboriginal Legal
Service of Western Australia has called for more political
interest in reducing the dramatic overrepresentation of
Indigenous incarceration. Dennis Eggington says WA has the
highest detention rate for Aboriginal children in
Australia, with close to 75 per cent of juveniles in
custody being Aboriginal. Mr. Eggington says money used
for keeping people in jails should be redirected to health
and other programs that address the underlying causes of
offending. … “A Justice Reinvestment approach would
empower local Aboriginal communities and help to
strengthen Aboriginal families. … “”

See:

About the National Indigenous Radio Service
http://www.nirs.org.au/about-us/about-nirs
“The National Indigenous Radio Service Limited (NIRS) is a
national service provided from a hub station residing in
Brisbane. It networks material for Indigenous media
organisations that don’t have the staffing or capital
requirements to provide a 24-hour high quality broadcast to
their audience.”

– Related News

ABC: Call for inquiry into regional sentencing
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-01-18/call-for-inquiry-into-regional-sentencing/4470618
18 Jan 13: “The Aboriginal Legal Service is calling on the
New South Wales government to launch an inquiry into
sentencing in regional courts. Principal Legal Officer in
the Dubbo office, Stephen Lawrence, says his lawyers have
noticed a trend towards harsher sentences in regional parts
of the state, than there would be in Sydney. In one
example, in the state’s west, Mr Lawrence says a teenage
boy received a one year jail term for the possession of
about a gram of cannabis.”

Australian: Postcode justice has long been a country crime
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/legal-affairs/postcode-justice-has-long-been-a-country-crime/story-e6frg97x-1226556202070
18 Jan 13: “IN western NSW last year, an Aboriginal child
was arrested for stealing a bicycle and taken to court. It
was his first offence and he was no threat to society.
A plea of guilty was entered.”

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
http://caama.com.au/radio#tabs-6

16 Jan 13: “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice
Commissioner Mick Gooda Says youth detention centres in the
Northern Territory are like finishing schools where young
Aborignal men and women actually learn more in there about
crime than they do anywhere else.”

Koori Mail: Juvenile injustice
[scroll down page] http://www.koorimail.com/index.php?page=Current+Edition
16 Jan 13: “AUSTRALIA is facing a ‘national crisis’ if it
continues to lock up Aboriginal young people at such
alarming rates, according to legal experts and Indigenous
leaders. Across the country, Aboriginal young people make
up 54 per cent of all juveniles incarcerated, with Western
Australia and the Northern Territory leading the pack when
it comes to locking up Aboriginal juveniles. Those
jurisdictions are almost exclusively locking up Aboriginal
children. And the problem is just getting worse, with the
latest figures released by the Australian Institute of
Health and Welfare showing that the national rate of
Aboriginal juvenile incarceration has continued to climb
steadily, rising from 27 times the non-Indigenous rate in
2008, to the current level of 31 times.”

Australian: Call for review of juvenile sentencing
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/indigenous/call-for-review-of-juvenile-sentencing/story-fn9hm1pm-1226548538532
7 Jan 13: “CRIMINAL lawyers are calling for an urgent
review into consistency in sentencing following the release
of statistics that show juvenile jail terms are handed out
most frequently in NSW by magistrates in country towns,
overwhelmingly to Aboriginal offenders. The NSW Hunter and
mid-north coast regions topped the list for the number of
juvenile jail terms, followed by the northern and
northwestern regions, the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics
and Research figures showed.”

Australian:
Black sentences soar as juvenile jails become a ‘storing house’
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/indigenous/black-sentences-soar-as-juvenile-jails-become-a-storing-house/story-fn9hm1pm-1226547889340
5 Jan 13: “THE number of Aboriginal children being jailed
is soaring at an alarming rate as the criminal justice
system struggles to contain a rising tide of social
dysfunction in urban and regional centres. Amid concerns
that juvenile jails have become storing houses of
Aboriginal children growing up in squalor and despair, it
has emerged that more than 250 indigenous youth in
northwestern NSW have been sentenced to juvenile prison
terms during the past five years compared with only 12
non-Aboriginal children.”

* BACKGROUND TO ABORIGINAL IMPRISONMENT AND DEATHS IN CUSTODY:

Last updated: 16 January 2013

http://indymedia.org.au/2012/12/17/background-to-aboriginal-imprisonment-and-deaths-in-custody

* TRACKER:
SIX MILLION TO ATTEND “AUSTRALIA DAY” EVENTS ON INVASION DATE

– News

newsTracker:
Six million to attend “Australia Day” events on Invasion date
http://tracker.org.au/2013/01/six-million-to-attend-australia-day-events-on-invasion-date/
18 Jan 13: “NATIONAL: More than six million people are
expected to take part in Australia Day activities being
held across the country on the day Indigenous Australians
have traditionally marked as “Invasion Day”. Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander groups have continually called
on the federal government to change the date of Australia
Day. As well as “Invasion Day”, the date has in the past
been seen as a “Day of Mourning”, one of “Survival” or
“Sovereignty” to Aboriginal people. It commemorates the
landing of the First Fleet, and the beginning of European
occupation on this land. … ”

See:

WGAR News: Aboriginal Sovereignty Day, Invasion Day
and Survival Day Events: Sat 26 January 2013
http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/16/wgar-news-aboriginal-sovereignty-day-invasion-day-and-survival-day-events-sat-26-january-

See:

About Tracker
http://tracker.org.au/about-us/
“Tracker magazine is a publication of the NSW Aboriginal
Land Council, Australia’s largest Aboriginal organisation.”

* NITV NEWS:
NSW ABORIGINAL LAND COUNCIL UNDER FIRE OVER CSG PERMITS

– Video

SBS World News:
NSW Aboriginal Land Council under fire over CSG permits
Source: Nancia Guivarra, NITV News
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/1728090/NSW-Aboriginal-Land-Council-under-fire-over-CSG-pe
18 Jan 13: “The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council is
under fire from some of its member over wide-ranging mining
proposals for the state. The Illawarra Local Aboriginal
Land Council is planning a major protest at the NSWALC
office next week. Many of the state’s 119 land councils are
angry that they only learnt of their peak body’s coal seam
gas mining plans through media reports.
Nancia Guivarra from NITV News reports.”

See:

NITV News
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/specialcoverage/399/NITV-News
http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/#Menu:News%20&%20Sport.children.6
http://www.nitv.org.au/index.cfm

* AUSTRALIAN:
ROAD PROJECT MAY BE HALTED AS
ABORIGINES SEEK BURIAL-GROUND INJUNCTION

– News

Australian:
Road project may be halted as
Aborigines seek burial-ground injunction
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/indigenous/road-project-may-be-halted-as-aborigines-seek-burial-ground-injunction/story-fn9hm1pm-1226555407576
17 Jan 13: “AN Aboriginal group is preparing court action to
stop Adelaide’s $407 million Southern Expressway Duplication
project in a bid to prevent further desecration of what is
believed to be an ancient burial ground. More bones were
found on Tuesday, prompting Ramindjeri Heritage Association
chairman Karno Walker’s plans to lodge an injunction
against the state government and construction companies in
the District or Supreme courts to stop construction. Mr
Walker says court action is the only way to prevent workers
damaging the site.” Verity Edwards

* SNAICC NEWS:
APPOINTMENT OF PROFESSOR HELEN MILROY AS A ROYAL COMMISSIONER

– Media Release

SNAICC News: Media release 14 January 2013
– appointment of Professor Helen Milroy as a Royal Commissioner
http://www.snaicc.org.au/news-events/fx-view-article.cfm?loadref=32&id=956
14 Jan 13: “SNAICC welcomes the appointment of Professor
Helen Milroy as one of six Commissioners to the Royal
Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual
Abuse.
“Professor Milroy is a descendant of the Palyku people of
Western Australia who has extensive clinical experience in
working with children and adolescents who have suffered
child abuse and is an expert on trauma and grief. She will
bring great experience and expertise to this important
inquiry,” SNAICC Chairperson Sharron Williams said.
Ms Williams said SNAICC – in a joint submission with
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal
Services (NATSILS) – had called for the inclusion of an
Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Commissioner and was
pleased that the Australian Government had named Professor
Milroy among the Commissioners. … ”

– Related News

National Indigenous Radio Service:
Indigenous representation on Royal Commission “important”
http://www.nirs.org.au/news/latest-news/7758-indigenous-representation-on-royal-commission-qimportantq
18 Jan 13: “The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and
Islander Child Care (SNAICC) has welcomed the inclusion of
an Indigenous Commissioner into institutional child sexual
abuse in Australia. The Prime Minister last week announced
Aboriginal medical expert Professor Helen Milroy of the
University of Western Australia will sit on the Royal
Commission. SNAICC CEO Frank Hytten says it’s an important
appointment.”

Koori Mail: Milroy on child sex commission
[scroll down page] http://www.koorimail.com/index.php?page=Current+Edition
16 Jan 13: “A WEST Australian Aboriginal woman has been
appointed as one of six commissioners to a Royal Commission
into child sexual abuse. Professor Helen Milroy, an
academic and consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist,
was among six commissioners named last week by Prime
Minister Julia Gillard. Prof Milroy is a descendant of the
Palyku people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia
but was born and educated in Perth. She studied medicine at
the University of Western Australia, worked as a general
practitioner and consultant in childhood sexual abuse at
Princess Margaret Hospital for Children for several years
before completing specialist training in child and
adolescent psychiatry.”

See:

WGAR News:
NIRS: Indigenous medical expert appointed as
Royal Commissioner (16 Jan 13)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/16/wgar-news-fears-sa-laws-will-cause-higher-aboriginal-incarceration-rates-nitv-news

WGAR News:
Child abuse inquiry lacks Indigenous focus: Greens
(SBS World News Video & newsTracker) (15 Jan 13)
http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/15/wgar-news-child-abuse-inquiry-lacks-indigenous-focus-greens-sbs-world-news-video-newstrac

WGAR News:
SNAICC News: Royal Commission must ensure the engagement of
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (8 Dec 12)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2012/12/08/wgar-news-act-of-recognition-is-an-absolute-insult-to-first-nations-peoples-michael-ander

WGAR News:
SNAICC News: NATSILs and SNAICC joint submission on the
Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to
Child Sexual Abuse (3 Dec 12)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2012/12/03/wgar-news-a-decision-to-discriminate-brisbane-book-launch-darwin-introduction-to-the-book

WGAR News:
The Wire: Call for indigenous commissioners to head up
abuse investigation [Interview with Tjanara Goreng Goreng]
(22 Nov 12)
http://indymedia.org.au/2012/11/21/wgar-news-the-wire-call-for-indigenous-commissioners-to-head-up-abuse-investigation

See:

SNAICC Background
http://www.snaicc.org.au/about/dsp-default.cfm?loadref=1
“The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child
Care (SNAICC) is the national non government peak body in
Australia representing the interests of Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander children and families.”

* ALSWA WELCOMES ESTABLISHMENT OF
NEW FAMILY VIOLENCE LEGAL SERVICE:

– Media Statement

Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (Inc.) (ALSWA):
ALSWA welcomes establishment of new family violence legal service
http://www.als.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=248:alswa-welcomes-establishment-of-new-family-violence-legal-service&catid=13:media-releases&Itemid=46
15 Jan 13: “The Aboriginal Legal Service of Western
Australia (ALSWA) has welcomed the State Government’s
announcement that it will establish a new metropolitan
legal service for Aboriginal victims of family violence.
ALSWA CEO, Dennis Eggington, said that it was an overdue
acknowledgment by the State Government of its shared
responsibility to fund legal services for Aboriginal people
in Western Australia.
“For too long, the funding of dedicated Aboriginal legal
services has been used as a political football between
State and Federal governments, to the ultimate detriment
of Aboriginal people
“ALSWA is very pleased that the Barnett Government has
finally moved away from this cost-shifting mindset, and we
look forward to discussing new funding opportunities with
the Attorney General in the coming months.” … ”

See:

WGAR News:
NIRS: New support for Perth domestic violence sufferers
announced (15 Jan 13)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/15/wgar-news-child-abuse-inquiry-lacks-indigenous-focus-greens-sbs-world-news-video-newstrac

See:

ALSWA: Our History
http://www.als.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=11&Itemid=3
“ALSWA developed from the Justice Committee of the New Era
Aboriginal Fellowship Inc. in the late 1960s. …
ALSWA is currently the largest community based Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander legal organization in Australia.”

* NITV NEWS: INDIGENOUS HEALTH PROGRAM IN NT MAY LOSE FUNDING

– Video

SBS World News:
Indigenous health program in NT may lose funding
Source: Craig Quartermaine, NITV News
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/1727152/Indigenous-health-program-in-NT-may-lose-funding
15 Jan 13: “A charity helping vulnerable young people could
be forced to close its doors for good, because of budget
cuts in the Northern Territory. The Balunu Foundation has
been running for six years. Its aim has been to combat
crime and tackle suicide among Indigenous teenagers.”

– Related News

Koori Mail: NT foundation loses funding
[scroll down page] http://www.koorimail.com/index.php?page=Current+Edition
16 Jan 13: “THE head of a Darwin-based charity which aims
to keep young people alive and out of jail has described a
decision by the Northern Territory Government to cut its
funding as ‘an absolute disgrace’. Balunu Foundation CEO
David Cole told the Koori Mail he was forced to lay off
eight staff on Christmas eve after being told by a
government bureaucrat that the charity would receive no
further funding to support its programs. He said the
decision was made despite assurances of support from NT
Chief Minister Terry Mills, who once appeared in court to
urge a magistrate to send a young person, who had broken
into his house, to the program.”

National Indigenous Radio Service:
NAAJA laments cutting of culture reconnection program funding
http://www.nirs.org.au/news/latest-news/7748-naaja-laments-cutting-of-culture-reconnection-program-funding
15 Jan 13: “The Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice
Agency (NAAJA) is disappointed funding has been cut to a
Northern Territory foundation aimed at helping at-risk
Indigenous youth. The Balunu Foundation youth camp works
one-on-one with disadvantaged Indigenous youth to
re-connect to their culture and identity. NAAJA CEO
Priscilla Collins says the community is alarmed that the
foundation was de-funded due to its many success stories.
She says the Government needs to invest more to help
rehabilitate Indigenous youth rather than putting more
money towards locking them up.”

See:

WGAR News:
CAAMA: Aboriginal owned & operated youth program funding cut
(13 Jan 13)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/13/wgar-news-government-must-do-the-right-thing-by-maralinga-victims-greens-senator-scott-lu

See:

NITV News
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/specialcoverage/399/NITV-News
http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/#Menu:News%20&%20Sport.children.6
http://www.nitv.org.au/index.cfm

* GREENS SENATOR SCOTT LUDLAM:
GREENS CALL ON BRITISH TO DELIVER JUSTICE FOR
VICTIMS OF MARALINGA NUCLEAR TESTS

– Media Release

Greens Senator Scott Ludlam:
Greens call on British to deliver justice for
victims of Maralinga nuclear tests
http://scott-ludlam.greensmps.org.au/content/media-releases/greens-call-british-deliver-justice-victims-maralinga-nuclear-tests
17 Jan 13: “The Australian Greens have called on visiting
British Foreign Secretary William Hague to give Act of
Grace payments as compensation to the victims of British
nuclear testing in Australia.
Greens spokesperson for nuclear policy Senator Scott Ludlam
wrote to the office of Mr Hague today and also urged
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr to raise the issue
with his counterpart during Mr Hague’s visit.
“The hopes of Australians exposed to British nuclear
testing were dealt a serious blow by the UK court ruling
against compensation on 10 January this year. British and
Australian veterans of the testing, and now the
Traditional Owners of the areas effected by the testing,
have all been denied adequate compensation on onerous and
fastidious technical grounds. … “”

– Related Video

NITV News – 17 January part 1
http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/14874691568/NITV-News-17-January-part-1
[Features Maralinga in the first part of this news.]

– Related Audio

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
http://caama.com.au/radio#tabs-6

18 Jan 13: “Aboriginal people and other victims of the
British nuclear tests at Maralinga should be given special
discretionary payments by the visiting British Foreign
Secretary according to Greens Senator Scott Ludlum.”

– Related News

National Indigenous Radio Service:
‘No chance’ of compensation for Maralinga residents
http://www.nirs.org.au/news/latest-news/7759-no-chance-of-compensation-for-maralinga-residents
18 Jan 13: “The Australia Greens have called on the
Federal Government to do more for Aboriginal groups
exposed to the effects of British nuclear testing at
Maralinga in South Australia in the 1950s and 60s. Federal
Senator Scott Ludlam says victims of the atomic testing
should be properly compensated. The Aboriginal Legal
Rights Movement hired legal firm Hickman and Rose to
pursue a class action in the British courts on behalf of
Aboriginal people from the area. Christopher Charles from
the movement says the action cannot continue because it’s
been ruled in Britain that it is impossible to prove
radiation caused the illnesses.”

See:

WGAR News:
Government must do the right thing by Maralinga victims:
Greens Senator Scott Ludlam (13 Jan 13)
http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/13/wgar-news-government-must-do-the-right-thing-by-maralinga-victims-greens-senator-scott-lu

See:

Scott Ludlam: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Issues
http://scott-ludlam.greensmps.org.au/portfolios/aboriginal-torres-strait-islander-issues
“All Australians, including those living in remote
communities, have an equal right to essential government
services such as health, education, training, housing,
community infrastructure, employment support, and policing.”

About Scott Ludlam
http://scott-ludlam.greensmps.org.au/about
1 Jan 12: “Scott Ludlam is an Australian Greens Senator
for Western Australia. Elected in November 2007, he is
one of ten Australian Greens in the current Parliament
and is the spokesperson for Communications, Housing,
Heritage, Nuclear Issues, Infrastructure and Sustainable
Cities.”

* SBS AUDIO: MARALINGA COMPO HOPES DASHED

– Audio

SBS Podcasts: Radionews: Maralinga compo hopes dashed
http://www.sbs.com.au/podcasts/Podcasts/radionews/episode/249630/Maralinga-compo-hopes-dashed
14 Jan 13: “More than 200 Aboriginal people who say they
and their descendants were made sick by British nuclear
testing in the South Australian outback in the 1950s have
had their hopes for compensation dashed. British law firm
Hickman and Rose was looking to mount a class action on
behalf of people from the Maralinga region. But they’ve had
to tell potential claimants that the case cannot proceed in
the UK courts because medical science cannot prove that
radiation causes illnesses. … A lawyer for the Aboriginal
claimants Christopher Charles told Karen Ashford that the
news has caused great disappointment.” By Karen Ashford

* OTHER ARTICLES:

– News

National Indigenous Radio Service:
No reason to be uninformed: Watson
http://www.nirs.org.au/news/latest-news/7760-no-reason-to-be-uninformed-watson
18 Jan 13: “A prominent Queensland Aboriginal rights
campaigner says Australians no longer have any excuse to be
uninformed on Indigenous issues. Community worker Sam
Watson says it’s especially important for educators to be
informed on Indigenous history and current affairs and
there are now a large number of resources for them. Mr.
Watson says the internet has also now provided the public
with more immediate information.”

The Telegraph:
Inquiry hears media misrepresents Indigenous Australians as drunks
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/national/inquiry-hears-media-misrepresents-indigenous-australians-as-drunks/story-fndo2iwh-1226555774106
17 Jan 13: “THE media misrepresents Indigenous Australians
as drunks when the majority live wholesome lives without
alcohol or domestic violence, a senior Indigenous figure
says. Shane Duffy, chief executive officer of the National
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, has
told the Carmody Inquiry into child protection the cultural
education of young Aborigines is vital to their success in
life. Commissioner Tim Carmody, examining the massive
over-representation of Indigenous kids in state care, has
told the inquiry he believes cultural education for
Indigenous Australians is important.”
Michael Madigan, The Courier-Mail

The Telegraph:
Culture clash leads to removal of Torres Strait Islander
children by officials, inquiry hears
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/national/culture-clash-leads-to-removal-of-torres-strait-islander-children-by-officials-inquiry-hears/story-fndo2iwh-1226554336655
15 Jan 13: “A CLASH of cultures often leads to the
unneccesary removal of Torres Strait Islander children by
officials who don’t realise there are a range of
alternative parents available, an inquiry heard today.
Rose Elu, a Torres Strait Elder known as Aunty Rose, told
the Carmody Inquiry into Child Protection, Torres Strait
Islander children have many “parents”. Torres Strait
Islanders do not see relations as uncle or aunt to their
children, but as mum and dad, she said. In her own family
of 14 there were a range of adults who would take care of
children if something happened to the birth parents, she
said.” Michael Madigan, The Courier-Mail

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