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Despite a stalemate in negotiations, Labor claims that voice referendum bills are still on track for passage in parliament

Labor says that the voice referendum bills, which would give Indigenous Australians a constitutional voice in Parliament, are still on track to be debated in Parliament, despite an impasse in negotiations. Labor has been calling for the Government to introduce the bills to the Parliament, and for the Government to agree to the proposed amendments to the bills.

While the Government has so far refused to do this, Labor says negotiations are ongoing, and it believes that the bills can still be passed in this session of Parliament. Labor believes that the voice referendum is a crucial step in recognizing the rights of Indigenous Australians and will help to close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.