Tuesday, March 22, 2005

MANDATORY DETENTION LAWS

Compassion is in the air. The futures of the 120 refugees and asylum seekers in detention in Australia for more than three years are to be considered by the Federal cabinet. The Prime Minister, John Howard, categorically denied that the attempt to review the controversial mandatory detention laws has anything to do with the recent conversion of 30 long-term detainees to Christianity, as the critics of government policy argue.
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