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Submission Number
2340
Participant
Anonymous
Submission date

Thank you for the opportunity to give my support to this proposal.

As a member of the Australian public, I ask that our First Nations people have a Voice in parliament that represents their many and diverse needs. We must all stand together now in support of this very reasonable request to have The Indigenous Voice model reviewed and empowered.

I would like to see a Voice to parliament enshrined in the Constitution to give confidence that all Australians recognise our true history.
Australia was never Terra Nullius, but populated and governed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It is wrong that to this day the First Australians have no autonomy in governance.

I would like my support of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander National Voice be upheld. Once agreed upon, to be followed by a referendum to enshrine this Voice in our Constitution.

With Thanks