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Australia Plans Transferring Refugees for Re-Settlement in New Zealand

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New Zealand would settle asylum seekers being detained by Australia under a plan being granted by Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison.

Australian PM is Helping Asylum Seekers to Settle in New Zealand

Morrison has reportedly lowered his hardline stand on the refugees who tried to come to Australia by ship and is counting Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand Prime Minister for long-standing proposal to re-settle 150 asylum seekers presently held in unspecified detention on the island nation of Nauru.

It marks a notable departure from Morrison’s former position on asylum seekers after he served as the principal architect of Operation Sovereign Borders (O.S.B), the government’s proposal to stop the maritime returns of asylum seekers to Australia, through his time as border protection minister.

However, New Zealand’s proposal could only be taken by the government if a “lifetime visa ban” was executed that would stop the asylum seekers from always getting an Australian visa, even if they needed to visit as a tourist.
Peter Dutton, home affairs minister, recommended in June that a single act of empathy could jeopardize the fulfillment of OSB.

The Australian Labor Party (A.L.P) Opposition and Greens have denied the visa ban, leaving the Australian government with an upward battle to move it into the parliament.

Scott Morrison has not demonstrated why these laws are needed for a resettlement agreement with New Zealand and the (ruling Liberal Party) have not given out to Labor party to give a promise of any such deal.

Scott Morrison has not demonstrated why these laws are needed for a resettlement agreement with New Zealand and the (ruling Liberal Party) have not given out to Labor party to give a promise of any such deal.

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