3 Feb 2016

High court upholds Australia's right to detain asylum children

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Most directly, the court’s decision will have implications for the government’s power to remove 267 asylum seekers, including 39 children and 33 babies who were born in Australia, and to send them to Nauru.
Many, if not all these children have been going to school in Australia for some time, why in gods name is this government doing this in our name, we may have agreed about stopping boats but we never would we support this type of treatment, its bloody un-Australian.
The government has given undertakings that it will give at least 72 hours’ notice before removing any of the asylum seekers involved in the case from Australia.

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