Proposal of Mandatory Exile and Deportation Law in Australia

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Proposal of Mandatory Exile and Deportation Law in Australia

Just 10 days ago in Melbourne a person with more than 400 violent criminal offences in the past shot dead an innocent bystander, took a hostage and later shot and wounded three policemen. This criminal was on parole and on bail.

Human rights advocates keep defending such criminals proposing that there is still a chance for rehabilitation. In the meantime, innocent people are being murdered, injured, robbed and raped.

Is it a time to propose Proposal of Mandatory Exile and Deportation Law in Australia?

Deportation Law in point form:

  • All non-Residents of Australia who committed and where convicted of any violent or drag trafficking offence must be deported.
  • This is mandatory, cannot be appealed against and not a subject for consideration.
  • Deportation is permanent.
  • The Law is retrospective to those who are currently serving jail sentences or on parole.

Exile Law in point form:

  • Australian citizens by birth and acquisition who repeatedly committed and convicted of any violent or drag trafficking offences must be exiled.
  • This is mandatory, cannot be appealed against and not a subject for consideration.
  • There should be agreements reached with some countries (Haiti, some poor African countries etc.) that for a small fee from Australian Government they would accept exiles. (‘agreed countries’)
  • Exiles have a choice of country of destination. E.g. dual citizens may elect to be exiled to the country of their second citizenship rather than to ‘agreed countries’.
  • Exile is a mandatory 25 years sentence.
  • The Law is retrospective to those who are currently serving jail sentences or on parole.
  • No assistance financial or consular is available for exiles from Australian Government, except, renewal of passports.

What will be achieved:

  • Innocent people will experience less violence. Crime rates will drop.
  • Relief to Australian prison system.
  • Exile and deportation is cheaper than keeping criminals in prisons and rehabilitation process.

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