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Au to refuse visas for domestic violence offenders

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Visitors to Australia can be refused entry or kicked out if they have been convicted of domestic violence, under a new federal government directive.

Immigration Minister David Coleman's decision came into force on Thursday, barring anyone who has committed violence against women or children from the country."If you've been convicted of a violent crime against women or children, you are not welcome," Mr Coleman said.https://www.sbs.com.au/news/australia-to-refuse-visas-for-domestic-violence-offenders?fbclid=IwAR1sNf3IoONvuNFbEnoTTDL2Wnc_9fh4aGoXOjPAGx_EAgoHkUZWtg01i2Q
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To protect the people from possible harm from these offenders is a good reason. Domestic violence should not be tolerated in any nation. I hope they are serious addressing today's epidemic in our society.
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Have you find this reasonable?
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This is response to Bill Shorten's policy before Morrison talked about assisting people terrorized by partners.
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So why did you cut funding for DV centres if you are so concerned now about DV. Oh I forgot, an election is looming.
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So why did you cut funding for DV centres if you are so concerned now about DV. Oh I forgot, an election is looming.
Who did? Abbott did .Malcolm gave it back PLUS extra.
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So why did you cut funding for DV centres if you are so concerned now about DV. Oh I forgot, an election is looming.
in the 2018 fed budget DV front line services were allocated $18.2 mill . With additional $11.5 mill for the 1800 RESPECT campaign. The Vic state gov allocated $1.9 bill in implementing 227 recommendations from the RC into Family Violence . It allocated $42.5 mill in the 2018-19 budget for DV . If the liberals can give a dodgy set up on Kangaroo Island $423 mill for security on Manis with no tenders or transparency then my answer to you is yes they have cut funding and are not serious about tackling the epidemic that is in our society at the moment .
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Honestly, I think community service and intensive re-education in ethics and functional domesticity 101 would be appropriate. When will people get past our throw away mentality, and start exploring the causes and solutions to healthy communal living?
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...and that includes cardinals, right, Pell? pouting face
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...and that includes cardinals, right, Pell? pouting face
Yes cancel these ones... already proven.
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But if you already live here we don’t do much about it.
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Says the country started off with violence towards the origins of this land face with tears of joy face with tears of joy face with tears of joy
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