Morrison's ministries and the constitution - plus what could a 'No' Voice campaign look like?
The Nationals are the only major party to come out against the Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Eddie Synot, a Lecturer at Griffith Law School who's also with the Indigenous Law Centre at UNSW & the Uluru Statement from the Heart, has spoken to 6 News about the Indigenous Voice to Parliament and what a 'No' campaign could look like.
The Nationals came out as the first major party to oppose the Voice, but since then the WA Nationals, NSW Nationals & federal Nationals MP Andrew Gee have all come out in support of it.
One Nation and the Liberal Democrats are also opposed.
Also discussed was Scott Morrison being censured over his secret portfolios and how that all relates to the Australian Constitution.
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