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The Labor party says that Scott Morrison is being mean

December 2013, 06
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The Labour party about Scott Morrison

The opposition Labor party says that Immigration Minister Scott Morrison is being mean for the hell of it to asylum seekers who are coming to Australia by capping the permanent protection visas.

The government is becoming stricter with asylum seekers and Mr Scott Morrison has introduced new laws now which are axing the laws which were created by the previous Labor government. The laws were introduced by the previous Labor government who were in favour of the refugees who if sent back to their home country would face cruelty and humiliation.

Mr Scott Morrison confirmed in a press conference that he had put a cap on the number of permanent protection visas been given out to asylum seekers, no more protection visas would be given out under section 85 of the migration act through a legislative instrument.

Mr Scott Morrison said that this new rule has been brought out by a non-disallowable instrument and its come in to effect immediately, this rule is there to stay till we don't find another option to give temporary protection visas to asylum seekers.

Till this arrangements are not in place the bar will not be lifted.

Mr Scott Morrison had been contacted by Fairfax Media at his office through phone call, text message and email, but there had been no reply from the ministers office confirming the changes.

Spokesman of the Labor's Immigration department Mr. Richard Marles said that Mr Scott Morrison was being mean as hell.

Mr Marles said that keeping people unprocessed is going to turn out be a very expensive decision and the Australians will be paying for this mistake in a thousand different ways.

For Australia's national interest he cannot do this. Its not a right decision by the government to keep 33,000 people on hold on their tab.

Mr. Morrison said in a press conference that they are not actively considering withdrawing the Refugee Retention. He did even specify though that they had some rules in place to stop the boats.

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