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@H2S2K5מקליפורניה New South Wales  ענה…2 שנים

NO - send them back if they arrive illegally - if I arrived at the airport with out a passport i wouldn't be allowed in. They arrive with no documents and we can't give them enought money, legal help and a roof voer their heads to fight us to stay. I know if my boat was sinking i could'nt call they Navy to pick me up but they can. Fire over the bow of the boat and turn them aroudn and send them back to the gangs on Indonesia

@GZY69Gמקליפורניה New South Wales  ענה…2 שנים

Policy on this needs to be more personal and flexible. It really depends on the situation, e.g. what is the Asylum seeker's age? Do they have family in Australia? Are they a skilled worker? Are they educated? What will happen to them if they are sent back to their country or back into displacement?

@H3C94Gמקליפורניה New South Wales  ענה…2 שנים

@GVGRSXמקליפורניה South Australia  ענה…2 שנים

I believe that Australia's population is too high - economy of scale is no reason to increase population - environmental resources and public infrastructure is at its limit if quality of life is to be maintained.

@H2LLV7מקליפורניה Queensland  ענה…2 שנים

Yes, they should not be turned back to a war torn country. However, I support relocating them to another country as well. Everyone should be subject to the same laws of receiving benefits and citizenship though.

@H2CXDLמקליפורניה Western Australia  ענה…2 שנים

in the short term to stop lives being lost at sea, long term work on diplomatic ways that the massive backlog of refugees can be resolved by all signatory countries of the genocide convention. and most importantly focus on putting steps in place that the specaial advisor to the UN to prevnt genocide actually do their work so that things dont get so out of hand for people to flee in the first place

@H2C6VXמקליפורניה Queensland  ענה…2 שנים

Highly dependent on where these boats are intercepted as to where they should be processed BUT why does it take so long for them to be dealt with ?

@H2CSDLמקליפורניה Queensland  ענה…2 שנים

@H2F22Bמקליפורניה New South Wales  ענה…2 שנים

Considering only 100 people arrive by boat per month (I think?) to this country, we get at least 3000+ people arriving here every week legally. I'm sitting on the fence on this issue.

@H2Q477מקליפורניה Western Australia  ענה…2 שנים

yes but make it plain to them how long they will be waiting and that their application goes to the back of the queue if they start trouble and riots. Also teach english and Australian values (particularly about women to the male asylum seekers) so that they fit in better when they join our community.

@ISIDEWITHדון בתשובה זו...9 שנים

@ISIDEWITHדון בתשובה זו...9 שנים

לא, להפוך את הסירות בחזרה בים ולעבד אותם מחוף עם בדיקות בטחוניות קשות ואין אשרות הגנה זמנית

@ISIDEWITHדון בתשובה זו...9 שנים

לא, להפוך את הסירות בחזרה בים ולעבד אותם מהחוף עם בדיקות בטחוניות קשות ואשרות הגנה זמנית

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