MIGRANTS from three specific countries will be denied access to Australia through a government’s resettlement program, according to refugee support groups.
- Gavin Fernando
HUMANITARIAN migrants from certain countries will be denied access to Australia through the government’s sponsorship-based resettlement program, according to refugee advocates.
According to The Guardian, which first reported on this, the eight prioritised countries include Afghanistan, Bhutan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iraq, Myanmar and Syria.
But people from Iran, South Sudan and Somalia will not be able to enter Australia under the program.
Samuel Dariol from the…