Australia Turns to Shaq Factor in Push for Indigenuous Voice – Bloomberg

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Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese turned to US basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal to help garner support for a referendum on changing the constitution to set up a representative Indigenous body in parliament. 


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