‘My door is open on this’: PM addresses vociferous protests

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he is “open” to practical suggestions for Voice to Parliament legislation, amid requests for more details from Opposition Leader Peter Dutton. “My door is open on this,” Mr Albanese told Sky News political editor Andrew Clennell in a sit-down interview. “Because it is very clearly up to Parliament that I have put forward as a draft – it means that over time it may change.” So Peter Dutton … if he is successful after the next election So definitely he will be in a position to go on and improve.”

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he is “open” to practical suggestions for Voice to Parliament legislation, amid requests for more details from Opposition Leader Peter Dutton. “My door is open on this,” Mr Albanese told Sky News political editor Andrew Clennell in a sit-down interview. “Because it is very clearly up to Parliament that I have put forward as a draft – it means that over time it may change.” So Peter Dutton … if he is successful after the next election So definitely he will be in a position to go on and improve.”

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