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Labor’s proposed Voice to Parliament won't close the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. All it does is undermine our democracy and create more bureaucratic red tape that gets in the way of the real empowerment needed to change lives and communities.
Instead of platitudes, we believe in frontline, evidence-based solutions to address Closing the Gap targets.

We already have genuine democracy in the form of our state and federal MPs, who are accountable to the people who elected them, not the vague bureaucratic machinations of Labor’s Voice. There are currently 11 Indigenous politicians in our Federal Parliament.

Fundamentally, every citizen is equal before the law. That equality is part of the bedrock of our Australian democracy.

That’s too important to risk on Labor’s ambiguous proposal.

The promise of our free and liberal democracy is the pride of every Australian, no matter their race, culture, or background.

The Nationals stand for real, practical solutions and we support preserving our equal and free democracy.
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Albanese's Voice
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Won't Close The Gap
Labor claims that we need The Voice to close the gap for Indigenous communities, but we’ve seen this failed model before. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) was notorious for its inefficiency, dysfunction, and wastefulness. Nothing about adding more bureaucratic red tape will change a thing for Indigenous Australians – especially in regional communities.
Real empowerment of Indigenous communities, including policies like boosting economic participation, are what will make a real difference in improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The key to securing positive changes are frontline, evidence-based solutions, working towards the 17 Closing the Gap targets.
Undermines our democracy
Australia’s strong democratic tradition is one of our greatest achievements. Labor has been vague on exactly how much power the Voice will have, but if it’s worth all the trouble of a constitutional amendment, you can bet that your democratic Parliament will be losing power to the new unelected Voice.
We have fair representation for everyone in our Parliament. Every Australian citizen, no matter their background, gets an equal say at the ballot box. The Voice undermines our existing, democratically elected Parliament by saying Indigenous voters need a separate system to be heard.
Creates more red-tape and big city bureaucracy
Rather than reforms to make it easier to get things done for and by Indigenous Australians, Labor’s Voice adds more steps to the bureaucracy and consultation that will never deliver practical action. Instead of representing Indigenous people across Australia, the Voice will speak for the same big city interests that already get an outsized say.
There are already more than 1,000 representative bodies and corporations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Indigenous communities deserve local and practical solutions - not more bureaucracy in Canberra. Now is the time to get on with the job and deliver the opportunities, support, and progress that only real empowerment can bring.
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