The government is facing a growing resistance from Djab Wurrung traditional owners over the destruction of cultural heritage. Is this a litmus test for what's to come with treaty negotiations?
The election is just a couple of days out. There's plenty more that needs to be discussed.
The Victorian government has a long way to go if Indigenous Australians are going to trust it to maintain good faith in treaty negotiations.
The government's refusal to consider a voice for Indigenous Australians in the constitution may well damn the recognition referendum to defeat.
Much of the Uluru statement consists of emotional -- albeit noble -- claims, motherhood statements and flowery language.
To argue that indigenous Australians have no special place in Australia, as opponents of the Uluru Statement have, simply recycles a racist lie.