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Author Australia. Parliament. Senate. Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee.

Title Provisions of the Anti-Terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2005 / The Senate, Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee.

Published Canberra : Commonwealth of Australia, 2005.

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 UniM Law  KM 562.22 K1 AUST    AVAILABLE
Physical description xviii, 238 pages, 10 pages, 9 pages, 5 unnumbered pages, 19 pages ; 25 cm
Notes "November 2005"
Chair: Senator Marise Payne, LP, NSW.
"Senate report"--Cover.
Contents Members of the Legislation Committee -- Recommendations -- 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.
Other formats Also available online at the Parliamentary website. Address as at 19/12/05.
Other author Payne, Marise Ann, 1964-
Subject Australia. Parliament. Anti-terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2004.
Terrorism -- Australia -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Government policy -- Australia.
Internal security -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Variant Title Anti-terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2005.
Local subject Internet access
ISBN 0642715971