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Morrison says he has no power over the Vietnamese man

January 2014, 19
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Scott Morrison the Immigration Minister has said that he has no power over the Vietnamese man and has not authority to interfere in the case where he got beaten up brutally and had to leave Australia.

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Minh Doung was left with very severe injuries in 2012 when he was attacked by Neo-nazis in the city of Melbourne.

He was kicked and punched by men 70 times reported ABC and a brick was bashed so hearty into his head that it broke into two.

He breached his visa and left the country.

Mr. Morrison's office has been sent a petition calling upon him to allow the Vietnamese to return to Australia and receive treatment.

Mr. Morrison has said that he has no authority over this issue.

When people say I chose not to interfere is a wrong statement.

The Australian has informed Mr Duong that he cannot return to Australia for three years.

Mr. Morrison said that they are looking into that matter.

He said no application was received from the department of immigration to look into this matter, the Migration Review Trtibunal also didn't represent it, but assistance would be given to Mr Duong to send an application again.

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