Opponents of the Voice to Parliament have argued that it is inherently wrong to enshrine race at the centre of the Australian constitution and to give one racially defined group civic rights denied to all other Australian citizens. It breaches the principle of political equality which is fundamental to liberal democracy.
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Scott Hargreaves is the Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs
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