The Confederation of Chiefs of the United Tribes
Taumata National Wakaminenga
Ko Matou Nga Rangatira o Te Wakaminenga 1835
What is the National Wakaminenga?
It is the Confederation (general assembly) of the Hereditary Chiefs and Heads of the United Tribes where they meet to have discussions about hapu initiatives and frame laws according to the national constitution “He Wakaputanga o Tino Rangatiratanga 1835".
The Wakaminenga Hauora|Health Council (WHC) was constituted as the Sovereign Health Authority in the Māori jurisdiction on the 28 October 2021 under He Wakaputanga 1835. Te Wakaminenga Hauora | Health Council was formally appointed as the Sovereign Hauora Council by the Hereditary Chiefs and Heads of Tribes of the Northern parts of Aotearoa, Tainui, Waikato, and Tauranga Moana assembled in Congress at Te Tii Whitioria Marae 27 April 2022.
In accordance with article 2 He Wakaputanga 1835, The Hereditary Chiefs and heads of tribes will not permit any legislative authority separate from themselves to exist, nor any function of government to be exercised within the said territories unless by persons appointed by them and acting under the authority of laws regularly enacted by them in Congress assembled. This is unextinguished international law.
In accordance with Article 2 Te Tiriti O Waitangi 1840, The Queen of England granted unqualified chieftainship over this land, its villages, and all treasurers to the Hereditary Chiefs of the Māori people of New Zealand. This is unextinguished international law. The domain of this Authority shall extend to the regions described in NZ Boundaries Act 1863.
FORMAL STATEMENT FROM TAUMATA ROBIN WHANGA - 29 MARCH 2022
FORMAL ENDORSEMENT DOCUMENT - 27 APRIL 2022
The WHC does not endorse any information or advice from any other organisation unless it is specifically stated by the WHC. | Karekau te WHC e tautoko i nga korero, i nga tohutohu mai i etahi atu whakahaere engari mena kaore i tino kii e te WHC.
Update 16 July 2022