Proposed terrorism law has the risk of making Australians stateless

The president of the Law Council, Morry Bailes, said the measures “challenge key legal principles on which our democracy was founded, and therefore demand very careful consideration”. An individual can lose citizenship only if they are convicted of a terrorism-related offence with a sentence of six years imprisonment or longer.


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