We spoke to both sides of the Voice debate to help you decide
If you’re still unsure about how you’ll vote in the Voice referendum – maybe you’re a soft no, a soft yes, or maybe you’ve still not decided. The Briefing podcast has interviewed two First Nations leaders from both sides of the argument.
They spoke to Yes leader Noel Pearson about the campaign’s progress so far – and what they need to do next. While No campaigner Warren Mundine outlined why he believed the Voice won’t make the impact it’s intended to.
LISTEN: NO CAMPAIGNER WARREN MUNDINE LAYS OUT HIS CASE AGAINST THE VOICE
Warren Mundine is a Bungulung man and one of those leading the charge opposing the referendum for an Indigenous Voice to parliament. With just under four weeks to go until the referendum, he sits down with Tom Tilley to discuss why he remains adamant that a Voice is not the silver bullet to fixing First Nation problems.
LISTEN: YES LEADER NOEL PEARSON ON WINNING THE SOFT NO
Noel Pearson is one of Australia’s most respected Indigenous leaders – fighting for Constitutional recognition since the Howard era. With just four weeks to go until the referendum, listen as he sits down with Tom Tilley to discuss the Yes campaign’s progress and his fight to win over the ‘soft no’ voters.
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