Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is calling on a new national day to celebrate Indigenous Australians. It’s a suggestion made by the Prime Minister to step aside the growing calls to move the Australian Day from January 26th.
Prime Minister has suggested that he would like to discuss with the states and territories and taking their opinion and the suitable dates for each state and territory to celebrate and respect the Indigenous people who help to form the Australian Nation.
It should be a day to celebration, respect and acknowledge all the indigenous people.
The prime minister’s suggestion comes after his government took swift action to punish a NSW council for moving its Australia Day festivities – something several Victorian councils did last year.
Mr Morrison is now calling for a special day to be set aside to recognise Indigenous Australians and their 60,000 years of history.