International Law and the Contradiction of Australian Policies
Since 1992, the notion of mandatory detention for unlawful citizens seeking asylum for political, racial and economic hardship was legislated by the Commonwealth Government of Australia. Subsequently, Australia's domestic policy relating to this matter has resulted in a state of cruelty towards refugees and unsympathetic to their circumstances. Furthermore, the policy, highlighted in the Migration Act 1958, contradicts several articles of international law of which Australia is a signatory.
In light of the Commonwealth Government's policy, Australia has supported the participated in the concept of "pre-emptive self defence" which was implemented by President George W. Bush of the United States of America against the Middle Eastern country of Iraq in 2003. Deemed to be a response to the September 11 terrorist attacks, the terms under which the United States and its allies decided to endorse the war breached numerous areas of international law. Consequently, it was inevitable Iraqi citizens would flee the destabilised region as refugees.
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