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Submission Number
96
Participant
John Gain
Submission date

I support the proposal for First Nations Peoples to have a Voice.
Clearly they have not been heard and have been left on the edge of Australia's society. All groups in society need representation and because of their unique position as having occupied this land for so long there needs to be a special position legislated to allow for their concerns to be heard.
Speaking for oneself means taking one's own responsibility and gives it's own power.
It is far past the time that the Australian government had a "Voice" from the First Nations People.