‘We’re one country and we’re all equal’: Keith Pitt to vote ‘no’ on Voice to Parliament
Nationals MP Keith Pitt has revealed that he will be voting no for a Voice to Parliament because “we are one people, we are one country, and we’re all equal”.
“That’s how Australians I talk to want to be treated,” Mr Pitt told Sky News Australia.
Mr Pitt said if Australia makes changes – such as the Voice – to the constitution, it would mean Australians “are not treated equally”.
“That’s not something I’ll support,” he said.
“This is a values decision. I’ll be voting no, but there are 25 million Australians that can make their own choice.”