Australians have been 'conned' by 'no' campaign, says Indigenous academic Marcia Langton

Natalie Vikhrov
Updated September 6 2023 - 7:52pm, first published 1:00pm
Professor Marcia Langton said the arguments put forward by the 'no' campaign were 'increasingly absurd'. Picture by Gary Ramage
Professor Marcia Langton said the arguments put forward by the 'no' campaign were 'increasingly absurd'. Picture by Gary Ramage

Prominent Indigenous academic Marcia Langton has accused the "no" campaign of "conning" Australians into believing a Voice to Parliament would be ineffective in improving the lives of First Nations peoples.

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Natalie Vikhrov

Natalie Vikhrov

Federal politics and public service reporter

Natalie Vikhrov reports on federal politics and public service for The Canberra Times. Prior to this, she spent several years covering human rights in Eastern Europe, including Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Get in touch via natalie.vikhrov@austcommunitymedia.com.au.