Navajo Nation Goverment Reform

Forgotten People is a member of Hada’asidi (the “Watchmen” or “Vigilant Ones”) on the Navajo Nation, organized for public purposes, and advocacy on behalf of the Navajo People that are adversely affected by the fiscal misconduct and abuses of fiduciary and trust responsibilities of the Navajo Nation Council. Hada’asidi seeks to curb illegal and excessive actions by the Navajo Nation Council to prevent abuses of fiduciary and trust responsibilities that are owed to the Navajo People. Hada’asidi asserts the peoples’ rights under Navajo Fundamental and Traditional law to achieve the right to a Navajo Nation government that is transparent and assures the human right of freedom from corruption.

Documents:

Forgotten People Accounting Complaint against Navajo-Hopi Land Commission (Aug. 4, 2010)

Forgotten People Files Accounting Suit News Release (Aug. 4, 2010)

Forgotten People Plaintiffs Statements for Accounting suit (Aug. 4, 2010)

Forgotten People letter to Rep. Kirkpatrick (Jan.25, 2010)

 

Hada’asidi Files Friend of Court Brief in Election Case (Feb. 27, 2010)

Hada’asidi says funding to dispute vote illegal (Jan. 14, 2010)

Hada’asidi Report of Anti-Competitive Practice to AG (Jan. 14, 2010)

 

Navajo Nation Constitutional Feasibility Gov Reform Project (Sep. 2, 2008)

Navajo Rehabilitation Trust Fund Statute US Code Title 25 Sec 640d

Photos:

Milton Bluehouse, President of Hada'asidi (The Vigilant Ones)

Dine' Panel Presentation at The United Nations Human Rights Commission, Geneva, Switzerland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Navajo Nation Supreme Court Hearing at Great Hills HS, Tuba City, AZ

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