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Giles and O'Neil must explain shocking community safety failure

Liberal Party of Australia

Giles and O’Neil must explain shocking community safety failure

The Albanese Labor Government needs to explain to the Australian people how a released detainee allegedly assaulted a Perth woman fighting cancer and robbed her and her partner.

The Immigration Minister Andrew Giles and Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil must front up and explain how the system they put in place to protect the Australian people failed this woman and her partner.

If they cannot do this then they should do the honourable thing and resign. And if they won’t resign the Prime Minister has to finally show some leadership and ask them to go.

Both ministers need to answer the following:

  • Why did the Commonwealth not oppose bail when detainee Majid Jamshidi Doukoshkan appeared in court in February charged with failing to comply with his monitoring conditions?
  • Why wasn’t a preventative detention order made against Doukoshkan?
  • Was Doukoshkan wearing an ankle bracelet at the time of the alleged offence?
  • What other monitoring conditions were placed on Doukoshkan at the time of the alleged offence?

The Ministers have hidden from scrutiny on this issue. They now need to stand up and answer these questions and more.

The Albanese Labor Government has released seven murderers, 37 sex offenders, and 72 violent offenders into the community.

But the Albanese Labor government has stopped providing timely updates about how many are being monitored and what conditions are being applied to these detainees.

At every stage, Ministers Giles and O’Neil have failed to act to keep the Australian community safe.

They have been hopeless and hapless for almost 12 months and sadly the Australian community are paying the price.

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