One Nation party will vote against entrenching the Indigenous voice in parliament in the upcoming referendum, with its leader arguing the proposal does not address real Indigenous disadvantages while risking dividing Australians on race.
Queensland Senator Pauline Hanson compared the Indigenous Voice to “apartheid” because it gives a minority of people more political power than the majority based on race.
“There is nothing in this proposal that will end the violence, poverty and failure of service delivery in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders communities. There is nothing in this proposal that is remotely unifying,” she said in a press release on Aug. 5….
Source: The Epoch Times