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Submission Number
2388
Participant
Anonymous
Submission date

I believe that it is past time that we listened to our Indigenous brothers and sisters. It is time that they are given back respect and dignity that has been taken away from them. It is important that Indigenous people are included in all decisions, laws, policies and programmes that particularly affect their lives.
I request that the Government honour its election commitment to a referendum once a model for the Voice has been settled.
I ask for the legislation for the Voice to be passed after a referendum has been held in the next term of Parliament.
The National Voice member model must be a model that ensures all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island grassroot voices are heard.