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It’s the constitution, it’s the vibe… it’s water justice

Australians only need look to New Zealand to fear the Voice

17 June 2023

9:00 AM

17 June 2023

9:00 AM

Last August I wrote in these pages about the University of Melbourne’s campaign, ‘Undoing Australia’, which at its core seeks to dismantle the nation-state in order to right past wrongs, real or imaginary. This year, the federal government released a blueprint setting out how this might be achieved. We know this today as the Voice to parliament.

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Brianna McKee is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs.

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