Setting straight critics of a Voice to Parliament

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Last Wednesday, in a speech at the National Press Club to mark NAIDOC Week, Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt announced his support for a process to co-design a Voice — or Voices — to Parliament. His words were cautious, did not over-promise, and emphasised the imperative to bring everyone along in developing a consensus approach to recognising Indigenous Australians in the constitution.
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JournalEureka Street
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jul 2019

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Setting straight critics of a Voice to Parliament. / Galloway, Kate.

In: Eureka Street, 15.07.2019.

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