Ally Langdon told Anthony Albanese Australians don’t ‘get’ the Voice to Parliament referendum

Key Points
  • A journalist told the Prime Minister Australians don’t “get” the Voice.
  • In response, the PM said the Voice would simply be an advisory group on issues that affect Aboriginal people.
  • Anthony Albanese said it would not impact most voters’ day-to-day lives.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has described the Indigenous Voice to Parliament as “just an advisory group”, in response to claims from a journalist that Australians don’t know what it is.
A common argument from the No campaign, which has been repeated by Opposition leader Peter Dutton, is that Australians have no idea what the…

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