So how will the constitution change proposed help with this?Seriously.
So you think that the statements politicians make under parliamentary privilege are well informed and researched fact? So much so, that they can be relied upon to make policy etc on a whole group of people comprising hundreds of different cultural mobs spread over eight thousand million square kilometres?
That's what we've been doing for 120 years . Look how well that's worked.
It's inefficient, paternalistic and tainted with white political motives.
It changes with change of government for white political ideology wasting funds spent by previous governments. It's inconsistent.
Still, if that's your serious belief, there's no point arguing.
How does it help 200 mobs of people speak with one voice?
How does it ensure that the politicains, who are still responsible for both the makeup of 'the voice', and for deciding which bits of feedback they listen too, are better informed than now?
How does it ensure any consistancy from one government to the next?