There is certainly a right for former judges to put an advertisement in the newspapers extolling the virtues of the proposed Aboriginal Voice, as eight retired judges have just done. It is clearly legitimate for them to express an opinion on this contentious issue. But their arguments should be persuasive before we accept them and in the present case they are not and, with respect, they should be rejected.
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