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Boat People Banned from Australia Forever
« on: 30 October 2016 at 06:54 »
Rosie Lewis | The Australian | 30 October 2016

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/boat-people-banned-from-australia-for-life/news-story/6b38998db0fed43e6d4fcecba3b166c4?nk=5210ea90b0ec71d2453bb016f53292c9-1477810161


Extract: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has heaped pressure on Bill Shorten to support a lifetime ban on asylum-seekers who attempt to come to Australia by boat, declaring it will “send the strongest possible signal to the people smugglers”.

The Prime Minister spoke about the “failure” of the Rudd and Gillard governments to implement strong border controls as he announced the Coalition will introduce legislation to “prevent irregular maritime arrivals taken to a regional processing country from making a valid application for an Australian visa”.

He insisted the bill, to be introduced when parliament sits in a week’s time, reflected the bipartisan position backed by Labor that asylum-seekers sent to Manus Island or Nauru will never be permanently settled in Australia.


The legislation will apply to all asylum-seekers, including those found to be genuine refugees, taken to a regional processing country since 19 July, 2013 - the date when former prime minister Kevin Rudd said asylum-seekers who came to Australia by boat had no chance of being settled here.

“It will send the strongest possible signal to those who are seeking to persuade persons currently on Nauru and in Manus that the Australian government will change its policy and allow them to settle here,” Mr Turnbull said.

“We have one of the most generous humanitarian programs in the world. But the only reason we can do it, the only reason it has the public acceptance that it does, is because we are in command of our borders.
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Re: Boat People Banned from Australia Forever
« Reply #1 on: 29 January 2018 at 14:04 »
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/world/australia-facing-new-refugee-influx-as-rohingya-crisis-worsens/news-story/720824e216e2d0e59195a848da96a342

A BOAT has sailed from the south of Java bound for Australia carrying an estimated 25 Rohingya and Afghan asylum seekers, believed to be the first time in several years that such a vessel has left Indonesia.

An Indonesian intelligence source told News Corp the small boat left late last week from Cidaun, which up until 2013 was the most notorious departure point for asylum seekers in the Indonesian archipelago.


Indonesian President Joko Widodo at a Rohingya refugee camp in Jamtoli near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Border Force Australia said it was unaware of the boat and has no current on-water operations.

Politicians have blamed New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinta Ardern’s offer to resettle 150 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru on a new “pull” for refugees, however others warn the Rohingya crisis will see thousands attempting to get to Australia regardless.

Some 600,000 Muslim Rohingya are currently in crisis in Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state, where they faced brutal repression from the military.

The potential influx risks causing new problems for Australia and Indonesia. At the highest political levels in Jakarta there is deep sympathy for the plight of the Rohingya, whom Indonesian supports as oppressed Muslims within their region.


Rohingya refugee children and women practise hand washing to show to the Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo on his visit to a hospital at Jamtoli refugee camp.
On Sunday, Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo visited Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazaar, sending a message of solidarity.

The concern in Australia will be that the refugees will see President Jokowi’s visit as an invitation to escape the camps and get to Indonesia, putting them on Australia’s doorstep.

Only a fortnight ago, John Blaxland, Head of the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at ANU, told News Corp there was “a high likelihood of a wave of refugees heading towards Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia that would make what we’ve seen at Manus and Nauru pale.”


The Indonesian President takes a look during his visit to an Indonesian-run hospital at Rohingya Jamtoli refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
He warned that the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, accused of atrocities that led to retaliation by the military, were actively inciting the Rohingya refugees to jihad.


“We know dispossessed Muslim Rohingya are ripe for the picking by Islamic extremists and it would not be surprising to see a body of violent jihadists emerge from this space,” Mr Blaxland said.

Operation Sovereign Borders was involved in three boat turnbacks or take-backs across 2017, with vessels believed to have come from further afield than Indonesia.

Cidaun, directly north of Christmas Island, was the scene of mass-death tragedy in July 2013 when an overloaded boat, carrying Iranians and Sri Lankans, sank in heavy seas.


Indonesian President Joko Widodo talks to a Rohingya boy next to his wife Iriana Joko Widodo during their visit to a hospital at Jamtoli refugee camp.
The weather off the south of Java across to northern Australia is currently bad, with an active monsoonal trough bringing heavy rains. This will make any attempts by Border Force to turn any boats back to Java fraught.

The former policy instigated by Tony Abbott’s government of sending people back in orange lifeboats was abandoned after consternation that it caused false alarms that a large ship was in strife somewhere off the coast.

In their place, the federal government commissioned 10 brand-new wooden fishing boats to be built in Vietnam, which exchanged on-sea for failing asylum vessels.

However, it was learned the boats did not meet Australian survey and were considered unsafe and were too expensive to bring up to standard.

Five of the vessels have sat for several years in dry dock at a boat yard in Fannie Bay, Darwin.

Myanmar has done a deal with Bangladesh to take back the refugees, but it will be a long process and many of the Rohingya will refuse to return.

Border Force Australia said it was unaware of the boat and has no current on-water operations.

Politicians have blamed New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinta Ardern’s offer to resettle 150 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru on a new “pull” for refugees, however others warn the Rohingya crisis will see thousands attempting to get to Australia regardless.

Some 600,000 Muslim Rohingya are currently in crisis in Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state, where they faced brutal repression from the military.

The potential influx risks causing new problems for Australia and Indonesia. At the highest political levels in Jakarta there is deep sympathy for the plight of the Rohingya, whom Indonesian supports as oppressed Muslims within their region.

On Sunday, Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo visited Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazaar, sending a message of solidarity.

The concern in Australia will be that the refugees will see President Jokowi’s visit as an invitation to escape the camps and get to Indonesia, putting them on Australia’s doorstep.

Only a fortnight ago, John Blaxland, Head of the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at ANU, told News Corp there was “a high likelihood of a wave of refugees heading towards Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia that would make what we’ve seen at Manus and Nauru pale.”
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