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Submission Number
106
Participant
Anonymous
Submission date

I support a national Voice to parliament that is enshrined in the constitution and the government must honour its election commitment to a referendum once the model for the Voice has been decided upon. After reading the Discussion Paper I believe it is important that all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have an opportunity to be have their Voice heard and be selected to be a member of the National Voice through the Direct Election Model 2. The National Voice membership should not only be established leadership figures.

Enabling legislation for the Voice must be passed after a referendum has been held in the next term of Parliament.