Calls for eastman inquiry review on constitutional grounds
It has emerged the Federal Government is considering putting a royal commission into the constitutionality of Australia’s immigration laws.
The Government is expected to consider putting a royal commission into the constitutionality of Australia’s immigration laws after the Greens said they wanted a review.
The Greens accused Labor of wanting the review while the Coalition has yet to confirm whether or not it wants to do it.
But the party’s Immigration spokesman Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said the Government should consider pu더킹카지노tting a royal commission before it makes a decision on whether to bring forward the controversial program.
Ms Hanson-Young said: “I’m very clear I’m looking forwar더킹카지노d to having the inquiry, because I am a lawyer by profession, I am looking forward to that.
“I want an inquiry into whether or not there are constitutional issues involved here, if there are those problems with the system.”
The Government is not required to publish an estimate of the costs or benefits to the Government of having the inquiry.
But the Greens say they want the public to have a better idea.
“I’m not interested in throwing out estimates and talking about this like an armchair specialist,” Ms Hanson-Young said.
“I believe it’s a very important issue and wenatyasastra.com do need to have an inquiry as a proper legal process.”
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