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The Referendum

Andrew Blyth and Office thoughts are with First Nations people across the country, 80% of whom supported a Voice to Parliament embedded in Australia’s constitution, and overwhelmingly voted for change.

Many allies and supporters of progressing recognition, through the ‘Yes’ campaign, are experiencing the impact of the vote, which is significantly affecting our nation’s collective conscience.

The Referendum outcome unmistakably highlights the necessity for truth-telling throughout the nation. In a time of misinformation poisoning societal discussion, there is no greater time than truth-telling within wider society, and to listen to the First Nations peoples.

Andrew Blyth and his office reaffirms his support and solidarity with First Nations in working toward a brighter future for our communities and our environment, both now and for generations to come.

We extend our deepest respect to the generations of activists and First Nations individuals who have tirelessly advocated for the rights and aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people since the time of English colonisation.

It’s crucial to recognise that human rights and environmental justice cannot be achieved without the inclusion of First Nations peoples.

Andrew Blyth and Office supports human rights and environmental responsibilities; including Voice, Truth, and Treaty.

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