Indigenous people have had ‘national voices’ since Whitlam government: Mundine

Former Labor Party President Warren Mundine has discussed his opposition to the proposed Indigenous Voice to Parliament.

Mr Mundine said everybody says there needs to be a Voice to Parliament because Aboriginal people don’t have a voice but “that is not true”.

“Since Gough Whitlam come (sic) to power in 1972, we have had national voices. We have had probably about three, four or five national voices and they’ve all failed,” he told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

“I don’t know why we are going through this whole process again.”


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