It seems it is not only Indigenous Australians, but also some resident Kiwis, that may be given an extra voice in Australia’s parliamentary processes.
Government tantalisation about both was, like a used car salesman’s inducements, big on promise but short on detail.
Indigenous Australians Minister Linda Burney cautioned a referendum on the ‘Voice to Parliament’ should not be about what the proposed body would look like in fine detail.
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