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The Australian government is being forced to consider the asylum baby

November 2013, 29
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As the case is now being played out in court the immigration is being forced to reconsider the case of the baby who was born to asylum seeker parents.

The Federal Circuit Court in Brisbane was looking at the case of the baby which was born to parents from Myanmar. 

The baby who has been named Ferouz was born at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane to a mother who had diabetes and she had come to the hospital with her husband and other two children from Nauru to give birth to the child.

The family of five should be sent back to Nauru without any proper procedures and without any independent evidence of any medical problems, the step which is been urged by their lawyers. 

If the baby is granted Australian citizenship than the family cannot be sent back to nauru without that confirmation said the lawyers of the family. This case involves people who have arrived to Australia unauthorized and so the Immigration Minister's lawyers were granted hearing which is a third of its kind at the High Court.

By Friday afternoon a final decision would be given said Judge Margaret Cassidy.

The Immigration minister Mr. Morrison can interfere in the middle and help the family by giving them protection visas said Murray Watt who is the associate of Maurice Blackburn and also the asylum seeker family's well-wisher.

Mr Watt also stated that as soon as the Immigration Minister Mr Scott Morrison steps in this whole issue would disappear and all the legal action would just fly off.

Instead of solving this amicably the Commonwealth is bringing this issue to court.

After what we have seen in the public debate last week the Commonwealth should pay attention to its position and take the necessary steps.

The facility which is provided to children in the detention center at Nauru is really bad, the living conditions are also not good said a report which was created by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Aung San Suu Kyi, who is Myanmar's opposition leader told at a press conference in Sydney that in the case of baby Ferouz Australia must bear in mind that mercy is very important than providing mere justice.

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