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@6B4S5NKLaborfrom New South Wales  answered…1mo

To be honest, Im sick of recognizing Aboriginal people. this country is going to end up being run by Aboriginals soon and the white man will be a second class citizen. Hell we can't even claim racism when an Aboriginal calls us whiteys or crackers or honky or any racial slur.

@KiceannaGreenfrom Victoria  answered…1mo

No, Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are Australian, thus I would argue they are recognized and represented, even if not by name. The constitution doesn't need to change.

@5XQN6CTLaborfrom New South Wales  answered…1mo

It's important, but a referendum is incredibly expensive to hold. It would be more efficient to actually do something that would provide resources that would actually help someone, and serve more of a purpose than just sit there as a token gesture.

@5YB9BMXGreenfrom New South Wales  answered…1mo

They should recognise all religions and cultures but provide no benefit for any as we are all Australian.

@9DVFMT6Arts Party answered…1mo

No, the Constitution should not recognise any group in particular.

@9GM9FRGNationals answered…1mo

yes, the constitution should recognize them as the original owners while still making it clear that the land no longer belongs to them.


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