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When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said that the Government would not go back to Nauru to open the doors to asylum seekers, the opposition was not happy.
But when Labor leader Bill Shorten and deputy leader Tanya Plibersek hit back, he was not having any of it.XO 카지노
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Labor will be the only party prepared to open Nauru’s offshore processing facilities to asylum seekers, Ms Plibersek said.
“If there is no place to house the 400,000 boat people and those refugees that we have received since 2014, we can and will ensure that at least we’re not turnin한게임 포커g that number away again,” she said.
“But I’ll also be making sure this government, because of 하하 포커your actions over the last 10 days, is doing everything it can to ensure that no one at Nauru stays in limbo indefinitely.”
The Government’s latest position is that Australia needs to reopen the processing centres to refugees, rather than hold another federal election because, according to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, it would be an election disaster in the election campaign.
In his pre-budget speech on Wednesday, Mr Turnbull said the Government has no intention of returning to Nauru to hold a federal election or seek an agreement from the Australian people.
‘Nauru should not be open to boats’
The Opposition Leader said asylum seekers being sent to Nauru through detention centres could be put in a situation where they need special services.
“It’s true, the government says it can only take refugees out of detention centres and back out into the community, but there are millions of people who are already in detention,” he said.
“And we have to face the fact that when we say to people who are at risk, we have no intention of putting them on boats and trying to drive them back to Australia or to boat people, many of them will be put on Nauru now.”
The Opposition has made clear it will continue to back Labor’s position that Nauru should be opened to asylum seekers.
The Nauru people are really at serious risk from the boats and the boats are causing great suffering. – Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek
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