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A Resounding NO: Australia’s Referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament Fails

By John Stapleton. Sources: Various. Millions of words have been written over the past 18 months in Australia about a government proposal to create an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, an advisory body to represent the interests of the Nation’s First… Continue Reading →

Australians to vote October 14 on the Voice, with Prime Minister Albanese urging people to support ‘an idea’

Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra Australians will vote on October 14 to decide whether the Constitution will be changed to include a Voice to Parliament and executive government. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the long-anticipated date to an enthusiastic audience… Continue Reading →

Pfizer Backs The Voice: The Kiss of Death?

Rebekah Barnett: The Brownstone Institute. Pfizer has weighed in on the upcoming referendum in which Australians will vote on whether to change their constitution. Australians will be asked to vote YES or NO to the following question: “A Proposed Law: to… Continue Reading →

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