Warren Mundine refuses to condemn Voice commentary, in National Press Club address

Miriam Webber
Updated September 26 2023 - 6:21pm, first published 2:51pm

Indigenous leader and "no" campaigner Nyunggai Warren Mundine has declined to condemn "racist" comments, declaring he is not the "overlord of free speech", in an address urging Australians to vote against the Voice to Parliament proposal.

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Miriam Webber

Miriam Webber

Public service and politics reporter

Miriam Webber is a federal politics and public sector reporter, with a keen interest in integrity, transparency and accountability in government. She has been a member of the federal political bureau since 2023, and previously worked as the city reporter. Reach her at miriam.webber@canberratimes.com.au

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