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Thousands in Australia rally for struggling Indigenous referendum

  • Thousands of people rallied in Australia to support recognizing the country's Indigenous people in the constitution, aiming to address the disadvantages they face. The proposal, known as the 'Voice to Parliament,' would enshrine Indigenous people in the constitution and establish an advisory body for their input on policies affecting them.
  • The referendum on the proposal requires a national majority in favor and majorities in at least four states. While a recent poll suggested the measure might face defeat, most Indigenous people support the referendum. However, there have been only eight approved proposals for constitutional change since Australian independence in 1901, making the process challenging.
  • Prominent No campaigner Warren Mundine argues that the proposed constitutional change may not fully resolve the issues faced by Indigenous Australians and suggests focusing on accountability, jobs, and education to address their challenges.
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