Mr Albanese said Mr Dutton was raising questions and doubts “by not having any substance to his opposition” to the voice.
The Liberal Party has called for a legislated, but not constitutionally enshrined, voice process involving representative local and regional bodies.
Mr Albanese said he had made it clear there would be local and regional bodies, which may differ across the states and territories.
He pointed to South Australia’s decision to set up a state voice.
“It’s quite clear that the national voice would work with state voices, were they to be established as well,” he said.
“So clearly we want to hear from local communities, working the way up. But you need a national voice as well.”
Source: Solicitor-General’s advice on voice to be made public – Michael West