SHARE ON

Indigenous Voice in the Constitution is the only meaningful option

The Government has made little progress on enshrining an Indigenous Voice to the Federal Parliament. It’s clear the Voice must be incorporated into the Constitution, writes Ronahi Demirbag. THE AUSTRALIAN STORY began long before the arrival of the First Fleet. We Australians all know this. We have always known this. However, it wasn’t until the 1967 referendum that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders were counted as part of the Australian population. And the fact remains that they are yet to truly have their voices heard. The call for truth emerges In May 2017, more than 250 Aboriginal and Torres…