Wa premier slams asylum decision

Wa premier slams asylum decision

The prime minister says he is “disappointed” and will ask for an explanation in two days time.

But he also acknowledged the government should have told its people in Papua New Guinea about the asylum decision sooner.

“We have a responsibility in Papua New Guinea and Papua New South Wales to find a legal way for asylum seekers and refugees to stay in their country,” he said.

He also called for action from the federal government to assist local communities.

The court ruled the refugees who want to stay in Papua New Guinea must be removed.

Mr Morrison defended the decision and said the “right to determine asylum” should be a legal entitlement.

“The principle of the law itself, there are clear precedents,” Mr Morrison said.

“In the 1980s, that right was recognised in a joint report by 우리카지노the Federa카지노 사이트l Court of Australia and the Immigration and Nationality Divisionapronx (IRDD).”

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