Three of ‘Nauru 19’ win right to continue to speak about the case, after a government attempt to impose a gag order failed

Three of the “Nauru 19” who had their appeal rights to the high court of Australia extinguished by the Nauru government, have had their bail continued by a Nauruan court.

In a long-running case that has gone to the very operation of Nauru’s justice system and democracy, the three protesters also won the right to continue to speak about the case, after a government attempt to impose a gag order on them failed.

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