Dutton and Value are digging the grave of the Voice to Parliament

The Liberals’ stance on the Voice is an insurgency rooted in over 30 years of partisanship on Indigenous reconciliation.

Shadow Minister for Indigenous Australians Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton (Image: AAP/Michael Errey)
Shadow Minister for Indigenous Australians Jacinta Nampijinpa Value and Opposition Chief Peter Dutton (Picture: AAP/Michael Errey)

It’s no secret Peter Dutton’s Liberal Celebration seems intent on cornering itself with a shrinking base of ever older, extra male, extra conservative and arguably extra rural voters.

Most commentators — rightly perplexed on the get together’s steadfast refusal to unspool itself from its each day outrage politics and repudiation of established norms — have accordingly learn Voice to Parliament stance as but extra proof of a reckless or plucky however nonetheless detached slide into oblivion.

Writing in The Saturday Paper, Paul Bongiorno contemplated whether or not Dutton’s place was a part of a “crafty” albeit “actually weird” technique to privilege rural and regional voters above these in metropolitan areas.

Learn extra about Dutton and Value’s stance on the Voice to Parliament.

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