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Warren Mundine is a Bungulung man and one of those leading the charge opposing the referendum for an Indigenous Voice to parliament. He was the national president of the Australian Labor Party in 2006, before making the switch and becoming a member of the National Advisory Council under Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

With just under four weeks to go until the referendum, he sits down with Tom Tilley to discuss why he remains adamant a Voice is not the silver bullet to fixing First Nation problems, and how campaigning for a No vote has impacted his own mental health.

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Olivia Mitchell