Parliament must not be ‘weak-kneed’ on constitutional change for Indigenous people, senator says

After a decade of debate, constitutional change for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people remains unfinished business.

Last October, the Federal Government rejected a proposal for a new Indigenous advisory body — dubbed a Voice to Parliament — to be taken to a referendum.

Koz 1aNow, a new parliamentary committee is tasked with finding a way towards a referendum on some form of constitutional recognition.

And any “weak-kneed” compromise by MPs would be a…

“The Parliament now has a…

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