Tony Nutt, the former federal director of the Liberal party and chief of staff to John Howard, has dismissed as “nonsense” and “bunkum” arguments against the Indigenous voice to parliament. “It’s just, it’s practical, and it’s constitutionally safe,” he told a Liberal-dominated Wentworth for the Voice forum in Sydney’s east on Tuesday. Mr Nutt’s support for yes has won significant support from other Howard-era Liberal heavyweights, including for NSW Premier, Barry O'Farrell.
‘It’s bunkum’: former Liberal party director and John Howard chief of staff dismisses no campaign arguments
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