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Thank you for the opportunity to comment. I write to provide my full support for a referendum that seeks the constitutional change called for in the Uluru Statement "for the establishment of a First Nations Voice enshrined in the Constitution12. "
I understand that the proceedures around managing a voice could be very complex and urge that the step between the referendum and enactment is not rushed but includes broadscale consultation and review.
And finally I urge, that no matter the complexities and political concerns, that the original intent of the statement of the heart is honoured: no dilution, no alternative delivery methods, stick with the spirit of the statement.



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