Prime minister tells Radio National Uluru proposal ‘really is’ a third chamber and must be rejected

Scott Morrison has rejected the Uluru statement’s call for an Indigenous voice to parliament by claiming that the body would constitute a “third chamber”, a characterisation emphatically rejected by Indigenous Australians.

In an interview on Radio National on Wednesday the new prime minister signalled there would be no change of policy since Malcolm Turnbull rejected the voice, and even walked back his own suggestion on Tuesday for a new national day to recognise Indigenous Australians.

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