Tony Abbott says Voice to Parliament referendum should be ‘pulled’


The previous PM made a late look on the parliamentary inquiry into the Voice, after complaining that he had been ‘gagged’ by not being invited.

Former PM Tony Abbott at a parliamentary listening to into the Indigenous Voice referendum (Picture: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Tony Abbott has advised a parliamentary committee the Indigenous Voice to Parliament can be a “mistake” as a result of it will give “about 4% of the inhabitants” a better say in authorities affairs than “everybody else”. 

The previous prime minister initially didn’t make the reduce for Monday’s witness record on the inquiry into the proposed Voice, however was granted a slot after he complained in a newspaper article and a Twitter assertion about being “gagged”. 

“Tony Abbott, the twenty eighth prime minister, however coming as a non-public citizen to speak about an extremely necessary matter,” he launched himself. 

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