Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he’s “up for” sensible strategies for the Voice to Parliament laws amid Opposition Chief Peter Dutton’s request for extra element. “My door is open on this,” Mr Albanese advised Sky Information Political Editor Andrew Clennell in a sit-down interview. “As a result of it’s as much as the Parliament very explicitly within the wording I’ve superior as a draft – it implies that over a time period it might change.“So Peter Dutton … if he’s profitable after the subsequent election in fact he shall be ready as nicely to advance and enhance.”
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