Head of libertarian thinktank rejects proposal put forward at Uluru talks as an attempt to ‘enshrine racial division in the constitution’

A constitutionally enshrined Indigenous voice in parliament is “unlikely to ever be accepted by the majority in the Liberal party”, the Institute of Public Affairs executive director has warned.

John Roskam, the head of the influential libertarian thinktank, rejected the proposal put forward by the Referendum Council at a meeting of more than 250 community leaders at Uluru, labelling it an attempt to “enshrine racial division in the constitution”.

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