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Former deputy prime minister John Anderson joins group spearheading "no" campaign on the Voice

By Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra
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Former deputy prime minister John Anderson is one of the six- member committee launched on Monday to spearhead the “no” case in the Voice referendum.

The Voice No Case Committee’s “Recognise a Better Way” campaign argues the Voice is “the wrong way to recognise Aboriginal people or help Aboriginal Australians in need”.

The committee includes four Indigenous members and two former ministers.

The Indigenous members are Northern Territory Country Liberal party senator Jacinta Price; Warren Mundine, a one-time president of the ALP who ran as a Liberal candidate…The Conversation

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