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Aboriginal leaders say PM was 'deceitful' over Indigenous advisory body plan

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 22:41

Prominent Indigenous leader Noel Pearson accuses Malcolm Turnbull of being duplicitous for privately encouraging Aboriginal leaders to consult the Australian public on enshrining an Indigenous voice in the constitution before publicly rejecting the concept.

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