Solicitor-General Dr Stephen Donaghue KC has today backed the constitutional change to give First Nations people recognition and a voice to the parliament.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese today released the latest legal advice from the Solicitor-General backing the constitutional change for Indigenous people.
PM Albanese said this should end the arguments by the opposition.
However, he went on to say that the No-alition would find new arguments against Australia’s first people.
In a separate media conference shortly after, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party Sussan Ley dismissed the advice because it was written recently.
In a statement, new shadow Attorney-General Michaelia Cash demanded all of the S-G’s advice be released.
Later on ABC News, Professor Emerita Anne Twomey backed the Solicitor-General’s advice as the most relevant legal opinion.
Professor Twomey went on to answer Sussan Ley’s questions from earlier today.
The Queensland corvidae had the last word.