2071

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Submission Number
2071
Participant
Anonymous
Submission date

It is time to act. The government must honour its election commitment to a referendum in the next term of parliament. Once this is held you must pass legislation for the Voice and you must enable a model to be swiftly landed to do this. after a referendum has been held in the
next term of Parliament. You need to listen to all indigenous voices. The membership model for the National Voice must ensure previously unheard Torres Strait Islander people have the same chance of being selected as established
leadership figures.
Please please please show that Australia can be progressive and begin to move from its past pain, hurt and loss. I want the world's eyes on us for the best of reasons, and not because whilst we rank highly in high net worth individuals our original inhabitants live with some of the worst circumstances of any group worldwide.