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A refugee who claims he was unlawfully detained in two Melbourne hotels is suing the Australian government.

If Mostafa Azimitabar, 35Banks o' Dee sign Alan Redford ahead of Scottish Cup clash with Nairn - Today News Post, wins his case in the federal court, the government’s practice of keeping asylum seekers indefinitely in hotels (termed “Alternative Places of Detention”) could be deemed illegalThe stay-at-home order, paving the way for more refugees to seek compensation[email protected].

The Kurdish-Iranian who first arrived in Australia by boat in 2013 claims the federal government does not have the power under the Migration Act to turn hotels into “prisons”.

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