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Video: Indigenous leader Noel Pearson told Lateline Monday's talks were "largely redundant".(Lateline) Photo: Noel Pearson said the first day of a summit between Australia's political and Indigenous leaders left him with a bitter taste in his mouth . (AAP: Brian Cassey) Related Story: Australia 'brave enough' for recognition referendum: Abbott Related Story: Indigenous referendum needs to MK Bags Cheap Sale be more than symbolic gesture: representatives Map: Australia Noel Pearson has blasted the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader after a summit on Indigenous recognition in Sydney, saying while the event was a good start , it was stage-managed and left a bitter taste in his mouth.Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten hosted about 40 of the nation's MK Bags Cheap Sale most influential Indigenous representatives at Kirribilli House on Monday to discuss a possible referendum to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the constitution.As the founder of the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership and a prominent Indigenous leader, Mr Pearson attended the event, but he told the ABC's Radio National Drive program he MK Bags Cheap Sale would have preferred to stay in Cape York ... and sent a cardboard cut-out to the meeting instead.He said the way forward had already been nutted out between Mr Abbott and Mr Shorten prior to the meeting but they both did a very good job of pretending to listen . Audio: Listen to Bill Birtles' report(AM) MK Bags Cheap Sale I thought it was an important event, highly stage-managed I might say, Mr Pearson said. Noel Pearson critical of summit Cape York leader Noel Pearson told Radio National a summit on Indigenous recognition was largely redundant . I had a grin across my face for most of the morning but ... having been manoeuvred through the MK Bags Cheap Sale morning towards a pre-determined outcome started to taste a bit bitter in my mouth. Mr Pearson told the ABC's Lateline program the meeting was a good start, but largely redundant . Everybody gave speeches around the table and the Prime Minister allowed everyone to speak and speak twice in my case and other people's cases who MK Bags Cheap Sale can't stop talking, he said. The process had been predetermined. In terms of input to the process going forward, the exercise was largely redundant but it was a good chance to hear everybody make a commentary around where they stood in relation to recognition. Australia 'brave enough' for recognition referendum: PMSpeaking after the meeting, Mr Abbott MK Bags Cheap Sale said the talks on the wording of the possible referendum were collegiate.He said community consultation was the next step. What I think we've done today is laid out a process which will enable all Australians to have a deeper, better informed and much more structured conversation about what this constitutional change could look like, Mr Abbott MK Bags Cheap Sale said. We didn't come to concluded views on models or propositions but I do think we made a fair amount of progress on the steps that are needed to go forward. 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I think at the heart of what was spoken about today, is a recognition that if this MK Bags Cheap Sale nation is to move forward, we need a constitution which recognises all Australians and doesn't exclude our first Australians, he said.There is currently no mention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the constitution, and no recognition they were the first Australians.Monday's meeting came in the wake of a Fairfax Ipsos poll which said 85 MK Bags Cheap Sale per cent of people supported the constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia's first inhabitants.'Fair amount' of progress made: DodsonWest Australian Indigenous leader Patrick Dodson said the summit was respectful and constructive. It was a great occasion, a great event, a historic event and terribly meaningful, I think, in the context of MK Bags Cheap Sale what we're trying to do around a very complicated matter, he said. Photo: Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten met with indigenous leaders to consider the model for a referendum on indigenous recognition. (AAP: David Moir) We didn't come to concluded views on models or propositions but I do think we made a fair amount of progress MK Bags Cheap Sale on the steps that are needed to go forward. The details, of course, are going to have to be nutted out but at least the broad framework and parameters were agreed. Kirstie Parker, the co-chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, said the summit brought together a diverse range of voices, all aiming to MK Bags Cheap Sale right a wrong in Australia's history.But she said it is just the first step. We believe this process must bring about substantive reform. We don't believe that symbolic change is enough, Ms Parker said.Pearson wants elders given voice in Federal ParliamentAs part of constitutional recognition, Mr Pearson is pushing for an all-Indigenous body, elected by Indigenous MK Bags Cheap Sale people, to make representations in Federal Parliament. I've been pushing the idea of a constitutional body to enable us as Indigenous people to talk about our heritage, our communities, our native title and our languages and culture in a way that Parliament can hear us, he said. I think the moment we move to recognition of MK Bags Cheap Sale Indigenous first nations we'll enter a phase where race will just be a concept from the 19th and 20th century. Noel Pearson Indigenous people must choose [the representatives]. I'd like to see eminent elders speaking to our Parliament about issues of concern to them. He said constitutional recognition would empower the next generation of Indigenous Australians. 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