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Australia - behavioural code leaked

January 2014, 31
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Australia Top Secret

A draft copy of the Australian behavioural code has recently been leaked, the document states that asylum seekers residing in Australia could face deportation for causing disturbance towards members of the public, swearing or spitting.

Australia's minister of immigration, Scott Morrison stated that all detainees are obligated to sign the new copy of the behavioural code, the new code had been drafted in December 2013. Many of Australia's refugees are from Burma, Iran, Afghanistan and South-East Asia. The country has been under criticism   for several months, due to its alleged unfair policies which relate to asylum seekers. The behavioural code stipulates that antisocial behaviour is in no way acceptable, it goes on to explain this is referring to any action which is carried out by an individual that goes against acceptable order within the society. Antisocial behaviour is defined as damaged being caused to another persons property, swearing in public, spitting in public, any other act which is deemed offensive to members of the public and generally causing a disturbance to something or someone.

South Australians, Greens representative, Sarah Hanson Young, strongly disapproves of the behavioural code alleging it clearly expresses discrimination towards a specifies group of individuals. She feels the code should be “called out for what it is”.

The former prime minister, Kevin Rudd, made an announcement in July 2013. during his announcement he declared there were to be a crackdown on the asylum seekers who were heading to the Australian shores. He went on to say asylum seekers who were arriving without a visa and those who were arriving by boat would not be entitled to claim asylum.

Peter O'Neil, prime minister of Papua New Guinea was involved in  the drafting of the regional settlement agreement. Legitimate cases for newly arrived asylum seekers,who had been sent to Papua New Guinea, would be given asylum for that country, however under the newly established policy they would then lose the rights to claim asylum inside Australia. By accepting the refugees, Papua New Guinea will in turn be given financial aid from  the government of Australia. A review will take place each year to determine the credentials surrounding the agreement.

Over the years Australia has seen a large number of individuals lose their lives whilst trying to gain entry by water. The country, the government and the community are tiring of human traffickers, taking advantage of asylum seekers, exploiting them and then standing by while the die at sea.

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