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The Voice zombie lumbers on in South Australia

15 April 2024

2:00 AM

15 April 2024

2:00 AM

It just can’t be killed, this Zombie thing called The Voice. In South Australia, despite two in every three citizens rejecting a (constitutionally-enshrined) Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the national referendum, and despite over nine in ten Indigenous people voting with their feet by staying away from the recent poll to elect members to a substitute (legislated) State ‘First Nations Voice to Parliament’, the undead creature simply refuses to die.

Yet, after both models of a Voice have received a voter hiding, the state Labor government of the very ‘progressive’ Premier, Peter Malinauskas, with his (Indigenous) Attorney-General riding shotgun, are ploughing...

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