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Novak Djokovic back in custody – court decides on expulsion of the Serb from Australia

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Novak Djokovic back in custody - court decides on expulsion of the Serb from Australia


Several Australian media published corresponding photos and videos of the arrival of the world number one at the converted hotel. Previously, after the Immigration Ministry canceled Djokovic’s visa again the day before, the court hearing on the subsequent appeal by the 34-year-old’s lawyers in federal court was scheduled for Sunday been. At the same time, however, its provisional determination was also decided. The superstar was taken to immigration detention in the Park Hotel in a white VW van. Australian Open Visa canceled again: These are the reactions to Djokovic 17 HOURS AGO As the Federal Court said on Saturday evening (local time), there will be no single judge, but a three-person panel of judges Decide the case. As expected, the legal counsel for the nine-time Australian Open winner questioned the legality of the government decision by the responsible Minister Alex Hawke in the hearing on Saturday. In a personal decision, which is fundamentally permitted by the Australian constitution, Hawke had withdrawn the residence permit for Djokovic, who said he had tested positive for the corona virus in mid-December, and presented the unvaccinated world star as a danger to public health and even to public order.

Djokovic as a dangerous role model for opponents of vaccination?

Djokovic is “a person of influence and status,” said Hawke’s reasoning published by The Age newspaper: “In view of his behavior after receiving a positive corona test, his publicly expressed views and his status as an unvaccinated person, I believe that his presence in Australia may cause other people to disregard public health guidelines.” The Djokovic case annoys the law professor: “It’s a scandal.” Djokovic’s presence could also “strengthen anti-vaccination sentiment in the population” and thus “possibly cause an increase in civil unrest that has already been experienced with rallies and protests”. It’s about “preserving the life and health of many members of society”. For Djokovic, time is of the essence. Already on Monday, the traditional opening singles of the first round against his compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic would be on the program for the previous year’s winner in case of another success in court against the Australian government. Otherwise, Djokovic is likely to be on his way back at the beginning of the first Grand Slam tournament of the season. You might also be interested in this: Becker appeals to Djokovic: “It’s easier for you if you’re vaccinated!” (SID) penalty in Serbia for Djokovic ? Ministry of Health clarifiesAustralian Open “CNN” reports: Djokovic arrested before hearing 10 HOURS AGOAustralian OpenThe Djokovic case – all news compact at a glance 11 HOURS AGO


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