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Kim Carr Aug 26
$22 million dollars for a detention facility on Christmas Island with no detainees. Yes Minister flashbacks anyone?
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Kim Carr Aug 26
We were told that there may be a paedophile, there may be a rapist, a murder under , yet then we discover that two folks were brought into this country who were subject to murder charges in Rwanda by this government
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That Dr Sheep Person🌱💧 Jul 30
Dr Gillespie, who thinks women’s allegations of sexual assault are a *bit of a beat up* is one of the four LNP doctors who voted to repeal
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đź’§GeoffwithaG Aug 27
Dear Please, support the legislation. The government is desparate to repeal this... but it's working fairly. It doesn't need repeal, the government's ego does. The $22 million on Christmas Island is a waste. Thank You.
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Cathy McGowan Nov 10
A strong crowd on lawns of APH for vigil - families, faithgroups and music! Nothing quiet about us
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Dr Daya Sharma Jul 25
Depressing to know that a child psychologist, a paediatrician and an ophthalmologist all voted to repeal the bill - which was designed to give refugees urgent medical care. It’s shameful.
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Kon Karapanagiotidis Oct 14
This is unprecedented. 11 peak medical bodies come together demanding be saved. In a joint statement: “Every person should have access to necessary and appropriate medical care and, as clinicians, we have a duty to uphold this basic human right.”
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Libby Coker MP Jul 24
Sad to say we lost the vote on the Bill. Australians want doctors not politicians to decide who needs medical care. I implore the Senate crossbench to vote the repeal down & support humanity & Aust values of compassion & a fair go.
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Croydon Cathy Jul 30
People in the Seat of Reid in NSW - please note that our local MP Dr Fiona Martin, psychologist, was one of four, LNP MPs from the affiliated health professions to vote to repeal the bill. Disappointing but not unexpected
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SpokespersonNavy Aug 16
Replying to @indiannavy
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Troy Simpson May 19
Reading that a priority for Scott Morrison is to reverse the law has made me weep.
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Marcus “Kaixiang” Foo Nov 6
Replying to @AStrongerOZ
A thread of why we must get completely repealed and killed off, because this just opens the door for backdoor migration rather than actually helping refugees on Manus and Nauru Island.
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Amanda Perram Nov 5
Replying to @vanbadham
They are going to try and repeal next week so they can go back to this... "Australia’s previous regime of last-resort medical evacuations of asylum seekers and refugees was “sociopathic” and “health destroying” They have no morals.
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Pamela Curr Aug 26
Pezzullo boasts that refugees transferred from Nauru and Manus are not in hospital- does not tell public that he has blocked hospital admission and treatment- all sick are getting is more drugs from IHMS
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Troy Simpson Jun 17
How is it controversial that sick people get the medical treatment they need?
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Peter Khalil MP Jul 23
I just spoke against the government's attempt to repeal the Law
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Pamela Curr Aug 27
Pezzullo department is denying access to medical care for refugees from Manus and Nauru by locking them up in detention camps and motels under guard. IHMS med contractors say “you won’t get better in here”
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Shamindan Sep 8
When I arrived in Granville where men who are sick & waiting for treatment I was so shocked & devastated to see such severely ill men. I couldn't even recognize some that I knew on coz they're so sick. This systematic torture has completely destroyed
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đź’§Aaron Dodd Oct 23
BREAKING: PM Scott Morrison has doubled down on his claim that refugees on Nauru are pretending to be ill. He said - "It's very easy to fake an illness. I've been faking being a Christian for years, so pretending to be sick for a few weeks would be a doddle."
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Helen Davidson Aug 25
Replying to @heldavidson
Pezzullo is being grilled by McKim on what evidence backs his claim that people self harm as an expediency measure to get to Australia. In eleventy million words, Pezzullo passes the question to the general.
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