According to Indian Country Today, it could happen. New Zealand recently decided to support it (joining Australia in reversing previous policy as one of four countries to oppose it). This leaves the US and Canada and whoever else may still be abstaining.
By Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
Story Published: Apr 23, 2010
Story Updated: Apr 23, 2010
NEW YORK – Political tides are turning as international support for the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples continues to grow, putting greater pressure on Canada and the United States to fully endorse it.
One day after New Zealand reversed its position and supported the Declaration, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice announced that the United States is undertaking a review of its opposition.
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