Court finds Australian government is not constitutionally limited by need to conform to laws of another country

The high court has upheld Australia’s right to send asylum seekers to offshore detention in Papua New Guinea, despite the PNG supreme court ruling the Australian-run processing centre on the island was “unconstitutional and illegal”.

The full bench of the high court, sitting in Brisbane, ruled Australia’s offshore arrangement with PNG was valid.

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