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On the 02/03/2020 Nauroze Anees Won his Appeal in the Full Federal Court of Australia, by a Unanimous Judgement of all Three Judges 


On the 05/03/2020 The Australian Human Rights Commission, in it's Report to the Federal Parliament, Decalred that:


1) Nauroze's Detention by Commonwealth of Australia is Arbitrary

2) Australia Arbitrarily Interfered with Nauroze's Family unit in Breach of International Convent on Civil & Political Rights 

3) Recomended that the Minister of Immigration uses his s195a Powers to Release Nauroze from Arbitrary Detention 


But Nauroze is still being kept in #ArbitraryDetention, without a Release Date

Sign this Petition & Demand that Minister Alan Tudge, respects the Judgement of the Full Federal Court, uses his s195a Powers to release him from Arbitrary Detention, and let him go to his home of Melbourne.





Nauroze Anees has been arbitrarily in indefinite Immigration Detention in Australia since 2016.
He is a Pakistani National, with an Australian partner who has a significant disability; Mr Anees was her primary caregiver; due to his absence, she has been hospitalised multiple times.
The Department of Home Affairs has recommended that the Minister release him on a visa; the Minister continues to detain Mr Anees arbitrarily, in violation of Mr Anees's human rights.
Mr Anees has displayed incredible determination in detention, blowing the whistle on sexual assaults by guards, and departmental corruption. For this, he has been threatened with deportation, and has his medication repeatedly withheld.
While Nauroze Anees is in the 'care' of the Department he has exposed, his safety is in constant and immediate danger.
I ask you to please sign this petition and support us in our efforts to #FreeNauroze.