Indigenous Voice to Parliament is a ‘divisive measure’


Liberal Senator Gerard Rennick has described the Indigenous Voice to Parliament as a “divisive measure”.

“I’m opposed to it on principle; we are one race,” Mr Rennick told Sky News Australia.

“I do not know why you need that in the constitution.

“There is already a voice, we are all a voice.

“One of the things we need to have a serious conversation in this country about is the over government and three levels of government.”



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