During his election victory speech, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese committed his government to deliver, in full, the Uluru Statement from the Heart, which includes the Makaratta Commission reforms of voice, treaty and truth.
Over the past month this has come to haunt the PM. He has repeatedly dodged questions about his commitment to treaty negotiations given the free fall in public support for Canberra’s Indigenous Voice to Parliament proposal.
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Brianna McKee is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs.
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