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Jury’s verdict against republic referendum

Ironic that thanks are due to Anthony Albanese

24 February 2024

9:00 AM

24 February 2024

9:00 AM

As a direct result of his massive 61:39 loss in the Voice referendum to divide Australians by race we should, with a certain irony, thank Anthony Albanese.

As a consequence of rank-and-file Australians overwhelmingly saying No, they won’t have to vote for many a year, if ever, on downgrading our constitution into what Australians for a Constitutional Monarchy warned in 1999 was nothing more than a politicians’ republic.

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