Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples say they will also push for constitutionally enshrined voice to parliament

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have rejected the idea of constitutional recognition and will instead push for a constitutionally enshrined Indigenous voice in parliament and a commission that will lead to a treaty.

After a meeting of more than 250 community leaders at Uluru, referendum council member Professor Megan Davis delivered a powerful statement from the group asserting that sovereignty had never been ceded or extinguished.

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