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    Australian authorities: Our strict policy on illegal immigration has deterred human trafficking Tues

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    Post by Rocky Tue 05 Dec 2017, 3:41 am

    Australian authorities: Our strict policy on illegal immigration has deterred human trafficking





    Tuesday, December 5







    Australian authorities: Our strict policy on illegal immigration has deterred human trafficking Tues NB-223296-636480559643578203





    Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
    The Australian authorities have confirmed that their strict policy on illegal immigration has been a successful deterrent against human trafficking, while pointing to the launch of a new "difficult and effective" regime for the displacement of illegal asylum seekers. Australia

    has taken a strong stand on illegal immigration with the closure of the detention center for asylum seekers on the Isle of Manaus and forced them to leave. Australian authorities say they have begun a system of deporting illegal asylum seekers and returning boats to the country run by Indonesian smugglers on non-sailing vessels, insisting that they refuse to receive anyone who arrives in this way, regardless of the deaths at sea in order to maintain the security of their borders.




    • Australian authorities: Our strict policy on illegal immigration has deterred human trafficking Tues ArrowSelected2Australian government insists on closing asylum center in Manous



    • Australian authorities: Our strict policy on illegal immigration has deterred human trafficking Tues ArrowSelected2Australian police end pro-asylum protests in front of Prime Minister's Office



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    The Australian authorities say this comes within the framework of the "sovereign border" process, which authorizes its naval forces to return human smuggling boats or arrest migrants and send them to detention centers in neighboring countries such as Papua New Guinea until alternate options are arranged for resettlement. 

    The Australian government says its "tough policy has been a successful deterrent against human trafficking." 

    Australia is following a tough policy to stop illegal immigration to the country, which provides for intercepting and returning smuggled migrants to their places of origin, as well as arresting those arriving at special detention centers on remote islands in the central Pacific.[/size]



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