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Radio host’s blistering attack on Linda Burney’s Voice claim: ‘disgraceful, an outright lie’


Indigenous Australians Minister Linda Burney has been called out for her ‘outright lie’ after making the extraordinary claim on the ABC that the Voice to Parliament would have prevented Alice Springs’ crime wave. 

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was forced to fly to the troubled Outback town and introduce an alcohol sales ban after heavy criticism from the Opposition and locals about a a 300 per cent surge in crime since Labor dropped alcohol sales bans in remote communities  

Ms Burney told ABC Radio National’s Patricia Karvelas that if a Voice to Parliament had been established earlier ‘the situation in Alice Springs wouldn’t be what it is’.

When Karvelas then pressed Ms Burney on whether she or the PM had been tough enough on alcohol bans in the Northern Territory, the minister said of their flying visit: ‘The most important thing is we made enormous gains yesterday. 

‘I’ve been thinking about this very deeply and it was expressed yesterday, that if the Voice to Parliament had…



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