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Let the Immigration Minister do his job

Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.
Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton. JOEL CARRETT

WE HAVE an Immigration Minister who is trying to do his job, which includes deporting undesirables and illegal immigrants.

So can someone tell me how the Administrative Appeals Tribunal can overturn the minister's decision?

This decision was deporting immigrants who have numerous criminal charges, have been deported a number of times but still turn up on our doorstep.

The usual response from these people is that if they go back to their country they will be executed, and yet these same people continue to return to their country of birth for holidays and weddings.

Kiwis get deported for minor infringements and yet Muslims can rort the system with the help of AAT.

I think it is time these administrations should have their views checked because it seems to me these Islam apologists should be held accountable and the Immigration Minister should be in complete control of any decisions where undesirables and illegal migrants are concerned.

Australia is still a great place to live, but how long will it take the Greenies, apologists, and the looney left to completely ruin what our diggers gave their lives for?

LIONEL J PLANT

Coolum Beach

Should the Administrative Appeals Tribunal be able to undercut decisions made by our politicians when it comes to immigration?

This poll ended on 29 May 2017.

Current Results

Yes

27%

No

63%

We need a third party to keep it fair

9%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  immigrants immigration minister peter dutton refugees


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