Anti-Terrorism Bill 2005 [Australia Parliament]

Anti-Terrorism Bill 2005, introduced in the Australian House of Representatives by Attorney-General Philip Ruddock, November 3, 2005 [revised version of an initial draft as approved by all but one of the country's state and territory leaders]. Read the full text of the bill as introcduced [PDF]. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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