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The House of Representatives is full of interjections and jeering this afternoon, as the Coalition continues to press the government on its handling of the 141 released detainees, as one remains at large in the community.

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton’s question accused the government of being “asleep at the wheel” since the High Court decision on November 8.

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton during Question Time.Credit: Alex Ellinghausen

“The seriousness of the matter includes the release of one high-risk offender into the community, potentially a rapist, potentially a child sex offender,” Dutton said.

“The government refuses to provide any detail. Can the Prime Minister update the Australian public on what risk there is to them and what detail does he have to give some assurance to the Australian people that this individual will be brought back into custody as soon as humanly possible?”

Albanese attempts to answer, saying the government had been preparing for the possibility of the court’s decision and responded before the court gave its reasons through increasing monitoring conditions of the detainees before Dutton interjects on relevance.

“I asked a question, quite a serious question of the Prime Minister, about an individual who is of harm in the Australian community at the moment,” Dutton says.

Albanese responds: “The High Court required the release of individuals with similar circumstances to NZYQ, who took the case. If NZYQ had been deported instead of being granted permission to apply for a visa by the person who was the minister at the time, the Leader of the Opposition, none of this would have occurred.”


The House of Representatives is full of interjections and jeering this afternoon, as the Coalition continues to press the government on its handling of the 141 released detainees, as one remains at large in the community.

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton’s question accused the government of being “asleep at the wheel” since the High Court decision on November 8.

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton during Question Time.

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton during Question Time.Credit: Alex Ellinghausen

“The seriousness of the matter includes the release of one high-risk offender into the community, potentially a rapist, potentially a child sex offender,” Dutton said.

“The government refuses to provide any detail. Can the Prime Minister update the Australian public on what risk there is to them and what detail does he have to give some assurance to the Australian people that this individual will be brought back into custody as soon as humanly possible?”

Albanese attempts to answer, saying the government had been preparing for the possibility of the court’s decision and responded before the court gave its reasons through increasing monitoring conditions of the detainees before Dutton interjects on relevance.

“I asked a question, quite a serious question of the Prime Minister, about an individual who is of harm in the Australian community at the moment,” Dutton says.

Albanese responds: “The High Court required the release of individuals with similar circumstances to NZYQ, who took the case. If NZYQ had been deported instead of being granted permission to apply for a visa by the person who was the minister at the time, the Leader of the Opposition, none of this would have occurred.”

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