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Guam delegation speaks before UN committee

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - A delegation from the island spoke before the United Nations' Committee on Decolonization today in New York. Presenting today were Clare Calvo on behalf of the governor, Lisa Marie Baza from Conscious Living, Okinawan solidarity representative Matukatsu Matusima, Guam Commission on Decolonization executive director Edward Alvarez and Lisa Natividad, the president of Guahan Coalition for Peace and Justice.

"In terms of what the next steps are really in falls in the laps of our local government to move toward getting people registered for the Chamorro Registry and well as moving toward the establishment or carrying out of education campaign about the issue of self-determination and proceeding with the plebiscite. So what the universal message in all of our testimonies is that within the next five years we anticipate that there will be the actual plebiscite," she said.

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