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Former NZ PM labels decision by countries including Australia as ‘catastrophic’. Follow the day’s news liveGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastPaterson calls for ‘swift and decisive action’ against neo-Nazi groupsOver the weekend, NSW premier Chris Minns doubled down on his push to tighten anti-vilification laws after a group of neo-Nazis attempted to hold another rally in a public park.I’d like to see swift and decisive action taken against these neo-Nazi groups who have no place in Australia.I never thought we would see [something like this] in such a demonstrable way in a pluralistic country like Australia.It’s the reason why the federal parliament, before Christmas, went to the extraordinary step of passing laws to ban Nazi symbols being publicly displayed, to ban the Nazi salute. And it’s critically important that those laws are rigorously enforced so that people understand there are consequences for this action. Continue reading…



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Publish date : 2024-01-29 01:00:20

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