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Submission Number
2600
Participant
Anonymous
Submission date

This is long overdue and needs the use of a referendum to highlight to current and future governments the will of the people on this issue.

I believe a Voice to Parliament must be constitutionally enshrined, in order to differentiate it from already existing voice to government processes, and to ensure it remains independent of, and protected from possible dissolution by any Government of the day.

At a time when the concept of 'telling all' about the history of Australia in our education system is a news headline for being progressive, we can not wait any longer to start the generational change required. This can not left be left in the hands of party politics.