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Anti Terrorism Bills lacks adequate oversight mechanisms

8 Nov 2005
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Christopher Michaelsen criticises the lack of accountability and scrutiny in the Anti-Terrorism Bill 2005. He argues that the 28 new anti-terrorism laws introduced since September 2001 have generally lacked effective judicial and parliamentary review mechanisms and that the new bill has the same shortcomings. He recommends the establishment of an independent monitoring body.

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2005
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