Review of the Australian Citizenship Renunciation by Conduct and Cessation Provisions in the Australian Citizenship Act 2007

Laws enacted by Parliament in 2015 provide for dual national Australian citizens to be stripped of their Australian citizenship where they are found to have engaged in certain terrorism-related conduct or to have committed specified criminal offences. Liberty Victoria contends in its submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security that not only do these laws lack adequate justification and represent a threat to the rule of law and individual rights and liberties, but they risk undermining Australia’s national security, the very thing that they purport to protect.
Liberty Victoria
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