First Agreement For Self Government

It was argued that the role of the Mayflower Compact in consolidating the settlers` commitment to each other and their mission was instrumental in their endurance during that first winter. Eleven of Yukon`s 14 First Nations are self-administered. This means that First Nations have their own governments that have responsibilities, structures, resources and fiscal powers similar to other municipal or territorial governments in Canada. These First Nations are inspired by their final land agreements, their autonomy agreements and their constitutions. Autonomy is part of the basis of a renewed relationship and a path of development and economic growth that brings benefits to indigenous peoples. 2. In the event of a conflict or inconsistency between this Act and the Yukon First Land Claims Settlement Act, or a final agreement or cross-border agreement within the meaning of this Act, this act or final agreement or cross-border agreement is in effect to a measure of inconsistency or conflict. CONSIDERING that these final agreements provide that Her Majesty and the Government of Yukon would enter into negotiations with these First Nations on autonomy agreements that are tailored to the circumstances of each of them and in accordance with the Constitution of Canada; CONSIDERING that the Government of Canada has committed to recommending to Parliament the passage of legislation to enter into force self-management agreements; (2) In the event that members of the First Nation, known as the Ta`an Kwach`an Council, are recognized by the Governor of the Council or by a competent court as a band within the meaning of Indian law prior to the entry into force of the first country`s autonomy agreement, the volume thus recognized is considered to be the predecessor group of that First Nation within the meaning of this Act. Negotiations. The year is 2120, and the American spacecraft Mayflower II landed on Mars, exactly 400 years after the first Mayflower reached the New World. On board the Mayflower II are a team of scientists and a larger group of skilled workers. The mission of this trip is to build a research base on Mars for scientific observations and experiments. Unfortunately, the Mayflower II crash landed due to a malfunction in an area outside the united Nations Treaty for Exploration of the United States.

This area is not the jurisdiction of an earthly nation. Although the crash hampered the Mayflower II and its radio, all employees and supply and survival systems survived unharmed. Scientists and workers will be able to live in the Mayflower II and build structures outside the space probe. They expect a rescue ship to be sent, but not for many months. Shortly after the Mayflower II crash, an argument broke out between scientists and workers. The workers claimed that the whole purpose of the project was scientific research to survival. Because workers know how to build a survival base, they can take care of themselves. The workers also indicated that because they are in a Mars area outside the jurisdiction of the United States, they do not have an obligation to obey the instructions of scientists (or any law in this area). The scientists rejected these views and argued that they had been held responsible for the project again on Earth and therefore had to remain under control until the rescue ship arrived.

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