Letter to The Editor - Australians will at such a referendum vote away their national stability and security

To The Australian        The newly released parliamentary report on the proposal for an indigenous "Voice to Parliament" apparently does not contain any convincing justification for entrenching such a Voice in the constitution ("Define powers and role of indigenous voice: Dodson", 30/11). What is the value of arguing whether the design of such a Voice should or should not come before a referendum is put, when there is no evidence that Australians will at such a referendum vote away their national stability and security in favour of an inequitable attribution of constitutional privilege to a tiny minority of citizens whose right to special treatment has never been effectively established?
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

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