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Linda Burney says she’s ‘not going to be rushed’ on Indigenous voice referendum
Linda Burney, the minister for Indigenous Australians, is on ABC radio speaking about the enshrinement of the Indigenous voice in the constitution.
This is not just symbolic, it is going to have real impacts on the lives of First Nations people.
I am not going to be rushed into timelines. We are going to do this properly.
I would find it incredulous for people not to support what is a very generous and gracious ask.
Remember that this is an advisory body only. It is not usurping the sovereignty of the parliament. Is is not a third chamber.
Read the original article at The Guardian