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|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marise Ann Payne; Australia. Parliament. Senate. Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee.
Chair: Senator Marise Payne, LP, NSW.
|Description:||xviii, 238, 10, 9, , 19 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Details:||System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view/print PDF files.|
|Contents:||Members of the Legislation Committee --
Ch. 1. Introduction --
2. Background and overview --
3. Preventative detention --
4. Control orders --
5. Sedition and advocacy --
6. Law enforcement and ASIO powers --
7. Anti-money laundering and terrorism financing --
Dissenting report by Greens Senators Bob Brown and Kerry Nettle --
Additional comments by Senator Linda Kirk --
Additional comments and points of dissent by Senator Natasha Scott Despoja on behalf of the Australian Democrats --
Appendix 1. Submissions received; Tabled documents --
2. Witnesses who appeared before the Committee --
3. Detention safeguards: some procedural comparisons --
4. Australian Federal Police: answers to questions on notice --
5. Australian Security Intelligence Organisation: answers to questions on notice --
6. Attorney-General's Department: answers to questions on notice.
|Series Title:||Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament), 2005 no. 403.; Australia.; Parliament.; Senate.; Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee.; Report.; Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament), 2005, no. 403.|
|Other Titles:||Anti-terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2005|
|Responsibility:||the Senate, Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee.|
- Australia. -- Anti-terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2004.
- Terrorism -- Australia -- Prevention.
- Terrorism -- Government policy -- Australia.
- Internal security -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
- Terrorist groups
- Counter terrorist measures
- Attorney-General portfolio
- ALP policy
- Aviation Transport Security Act 2004
- Customs Act 1901
- Criminal Code Act 1995
- Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
- Crimes Act 1914
- Migration Act 1958
- Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Act 1979
- Financial Transaction Reports Act 1988
- Australian Greens policy
- Australian Democrats policy
- Great Britain
- Law societies
- Australia overseas comparisons
- Legislative amendments
- Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977
- Key item
- Anti-Terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2005
- Customs Administration Act 1985
- Surveillance Devices Act 2004