A passport to punishment: administrative measures of control for national security purposes
This chapter considers the ability of the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs to cancel the passport of an Australian citizen and refuse the re-issue of a new passport on wide national security grounds. The Australian passport regime, overhauled in 2005, empowers the Minister to cancel or refuse to reissue a passport where he or she has formed the opinion that the holder of the passport is likely to engage in conduct that might prejudice the security of Australia or of a foreign country,...[Show more]
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