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Kerajaan Australia batal lagi visa Djokovic​


January 14, 2022 5:04 PM

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Visa Novak Djokovic sekali lagi dibatalkan kerajaan Australia hari ini. (Gambar AP)
MELBOURNE: Kerajaan Australia membatalkan visa Novak Djokovic untuk kali kedua pada Jumaat dengan memutuskan bintang tenis nombor satu dunia itu – yang tidak menerima vaksin Covid-19 – mampu membawa risiko terhadap masyarakat.
Susulan keputusan itu, ada kemungkinan kes satu lagi tuntutan mahkamah buat kali kedua difailkan bintang tenis Serbia itu, untuk membolehkannya terus kekal di negara itu dan bertanding dalam kejohanan Australian Open.

Malangnya masa semakin suntuk untuknya memandangkan acara sukan terkemuka itu dijadualkan bermula pada Isnin.




Menteri Imigresen Australia Alex Hawke menggunakan budi bicaranya untuk menolak visa Djokovic, selepas mahkamah membatalkan keputusan pembatalan visa terdahulu oleh kerajaan Australia.



“Hari ini saya menggunakan kuasa di bawah Seksyen 133C(3) Akta Migrasi untuk membatalkan visa dipegang Novak Djokovic atas dasar kesihatan dan ketenteraman awam, atas alasan ini dilakukan demi kepentingan awam,” kata Hawke dalam kenyataan.

“Kerajaan tegas dalam komitmen melindungi sempadan Australia, terutama berkaitan wabak Covid-19.”

Katanya, beliau telah “mempertimbangkan dengan mendalam” maklumat diberikan Djokovic, Jabatan Hal Ehwal Dalam Negeri, selain Pasukan Sempadan Australia (ABF).

Di bawah seksyen digunakan menteri itu dalam Akta Migrasi dalam membatalkan visa itu, Djokovic tidak akan dibenarkan mendapat visa untuk memasuki Australia selama tiga tahun, melainkan wujud keadaan mendesak yang menjejaskan kepentingan Australia.

Djokovic, juara bertahan Australian Open, dijadualkan melawan rakan senegara Miomir Kecmanovic sama ada pada Isnin atau Selasa.
Isu berkaitan visanya mencetuskan debat di seluruh dunia dalam hak berkaitan vaksinasi, selain persoalan mengenai kesilapan Australia dalam menangani visa Djokovic. Ia turut menjadi isu sukar untuk Perdana Menteri Scott Morison dalam kempen pilihan raya.

Bintang tenis itu yang juga mempertikaikan vaksin, mencetuskan kemarahan di Australia apabila mengumumkan minggu lalu bahawa beliau akan pergi ke Melbourne untuk bertanding dalam Australian Open dengan pengecualian perubatan daripada mendapatkan vaksin Covid-19.

Ketika tiba di Australia, ABF memutuskan pengecualiannya tidak sah, seterusnya Djokovic ditahan bersama pemohon suaka di sebuah hotel penahanan imigresen selama beberapa hari.

Mahkamah pada Isnin membenarkannya kekal di Australia atas alasan pihak berkuasa “tidak munasabah” dalam cara mengendalikan temu bual tujuh jam pada waktu malam ketika beliau tiba di negara itu.

Tinjauan pendapat dalam talian oleh kumpulan media News Corp mendapati 83% menyokong kerajaan mengusir bintang tenis itu.

Australia mengalami antara “lockdown” paling lama di dunia. Kadar vaksinasi golongan dewasa negara itu adalah 90%, namun penularan varian Omicron membawa bilangan kes negara itu kepada hampir sejuta dalam tempoh dua minggu lalu.


 

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The new argument he might excite anti-vaccination sentiment is completely unrelated.

Djokovic to fight ‘irrational’ Australia visa cancellation​


January 14, 2022 9:29 PM


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Novak Djokovic plays a forehand return during a practice session in the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on Jan 11. (AP pic)

MELBOURNE: Australia cancelled Novak Djokovic’s visa on the grounds his presence in the country might excite anti-vaccination sentiment, and not because he posed a health threat being unvaccinated against Covid-19, his lawyers told a court on Friday night.

Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s decision was “patently irrational”, Djokovic’s lawyer Nicholas Wood told the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, explaining that would be the main reason for asking the court to quash the second cancellation of his visa.

His lawyers are pressing for the case to be heard on Sunday, so that if he is successful and is allowed to stay, he will be able to compete in the Australian Open, which starts on Monday, in a bid to win a record 21st major title.
In the meantime, the court said he would be put in detention from 8am on Saturday, with allowance to attend his lawyers’ offices under guard to prepare for the case and watch the court hearing, possibly on Sunday.



Djokovic was detained for several days after arriving in Australia more than a week ago and was released last Monday when the same court quashed his visa cancellation on the grounds that the Australian Border Force had treated him unfairly.

‘New rationale’
When he first arrived, immigration officials cancelled his visa on the grounds that he did not have enough evidence to back up a medical exemption from Australia’s Covid-19 vaccination requirement for incoming travellers.

However the immigration minister’s decision on Friday to cancel his visa again was based on a completely different reason, Djokovic’s lawyers said.

“The underlying new rationale is not a direct risk to others. It’s that Mr Djokovic being in Australia, in Melbourne in particular, by being here will excite anti-vax sentiment – radically different approach,” his lawyer Wood told the court.

In contrast to the Australian Border Force last week, Wood said, the minister had found that Djokovic complied with the law, he posed only a negligible risk to others, with natural immunity from recent infection, he had a medical reason for not being vaccinated and was a man of good standing.

Wood said the jurisdictional error which should lead to the cancellation being revoked “might be explained as irrationality”.
The government has agreed not to deport Djokovic at least until the case has concluded, Judge Anthony Kelly said.

Kelly, who quashed the first visa cancellation, has agreed to transfer the case to the Federal Court.

 
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Djokovic kembali ditahan, dilabel ancaman umum​


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Melbourne: Novak Djokovic sekali lagi ditahan di Australia selepas pihak berkuasa membatalkan visanya buat kali kedua dan mengisytiharkan bintang tenis yang enggan mengambil vaksin itu sebagai ancaman kepada umum.

Dokumen mahkamah menunjukkan bintang Serbia berusia 34 tahun itu kini ditahan di Melbourne, ketika rayuannya terhadap pengusirannya akan didengar.

Hanya dua hari sebelum bermulanya Terbuka Australia, pemain nombor satu dunia itu sekali lagi terpaksa menumpukan kepada proses mahkamah berbanding tumpuan di atas gelanggang.

Menteri Imigresen, Alex Hawke kini mendakwa kehadiran berterusan Djokovic di negara itu boleh 'memupuk sentimen anti-vaksinasi' malah mencetuskan 'peningkatan pergolakan awam'.

Djokovic dipanggil menghadap pegawai imigresen di Melbourne menjelang perbicaraan di Mahkamah Persekutuan pada hari ini dan esok.

Ia adalah percubaan kedua oleh kerajaan Australia untuk menghantar pulang Djokovic, salah seorang individu berprofil tinggi yang anti vaksin Covid-19.

Bintang berusia 34 tahun itu yang menggunakan alasan pengecualian perubatan untuk memasuki Australia awal bulan ini, berharap dapat memenangi gelaran Grand Slam ke-21.

Di tengah-tengah bantahan awam, kerajaan di bawah pimpinan Perdana Menteri, Scott Morrison membatalkan visa Djokovic semasa ketibaannya.
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Aleksandar Vucic's comments come after authorities revoked tennis star's visa for a second time.

Serbian president accuses Australia of ‘mistreating’ Djokovic​


January 15, 2022 7:32 AM

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Border agents rejected Novak Djokovic’s vaccine exemption and placed him in a detention centre. (AP pic)

BELGRADE: Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Friday accused Australia of “mistreating” tennis star Novak Djokovic after authorities revoked his visa for a second time.
“Why are you mistreating him, why are you taking it out not only on him but also on his family and the whole nation,” said Vucic on social media.

The Serbian leader’s comments came hours after Australia stripped Djokovic of his visa on Friday and plans to detain him, just days ahead of his bid to win a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
The move set off a frenzied legal response from Djokovic’s team, resulting in a temporary injunction and a federal court hearing scheduled for Saturday morning.



Djokovic, an avowed Covid-19 vaccine sceptic, and the tournament’s top seed, had been practising on the Melbourne Park courts just hours before Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s bombshell decision was announced.

Vucic has remained steadfast in his support for Djokovic throughout the drama, calling the earlier detention of the unvaccinated tennis star a “political witch hunt” following the dispute over the 34-year-old world No 1’s medical exemption.

“If you wanted to ban Novak Djokovic from winning the 10th trophy in Melbourne why didn’t you return him immediately, why didn’t you tell him ‘it is impossible to obtain a visa’?” Vucic added on Instagram.
“Novak, we stand by you!” he added.

Djokovic flew into Melbourne on Jan 5 claiming a vaccine exemption because of a positive PCR test result on Dec 16.

Border agents rejected his exemption, revoked his visa and placed him in a notorious detention centre where he spent four nights.

The Australian government insists a recent infection does not qualify as a vaccine exemption for foreign nationals trying to enter the country.

 

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Although a court reversed that decision on procedural grounds, most Australians back their government's tough line on the pandemic, and Immigration Minister Alex Hawke used his power to cancel the visa again.

'Dragged around like a rag' or 'Their country, their rules'? Serbians split on Djokovic​






  • Friday, 14 Jan 2022
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BELGRADE (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic is a national hero at home in Serbia, but after Australia on Friday cancelled his visa for a second time on public health grounds, some Belgraders suggested that the unvaccinated tennis star had only himself to blame.

The world men's number one player is opposed to compulsory vaccination but had secured a medical exemption from Australia's requirement that all visitors must be vaccinated against COVID-19, only to find it revoked when he arrived.


Although a court reversed that decision on procedural grounds, most Australians back their government's tough line on the pandemic, and Immigration Minister Alex Hawke used his power to cancel the visa again.

"Their country, their rules," Jovo Tadic told Reuters in Belgrade. "If Australia tells you to get vaccinated to enter, do it - or face problems."


The holder of 20 Grand Slam titles is revered as Serbia's greatest athlete, but many in Belgrade say his refusal to be vaccinated may now blight his career.

"I think he'll have a problem in other tournaments as it seems vaccination will be mandatory for all of them ... he'll have to do it if he wants to stay at the top," said Belgrader Marko Stanic.

Although Djokovic has not campaigned against vaccination, he has spoken about the benefits of alternative approaches to health and nutrition.

"He can either vaccinate to remain world number one - or he can be stubborn and end his career," said Ana Bojic.

Australia has endured some of the world's longest lockdowns and has seen a sharp spike in cases due to the Omicron variant.

But some in Belgrade still thought Djokovic had been made a political scapegoat by the government of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who must hold an election by May.

"Australians are dragging him around like an old rag ... they are ready to burn world's number one because of politics," said Aleksandar Petrovic.

"He won nine grand slams (in Australia) and they are treating him like some wretched migrant because of their own problems," said Djordje Simic.

Nikola Pilic, a Croatian who oversaw the beginning of Djokovic's career, said he was not surprised with another visa cancellation.

"They created chaos," he said. "As of day one, ... they started treating him as a criminal. It is not the first time that Novak was treated differently than (Rafael) Nadal and (Roger) Federer," Pilic told Belgrade's Prva TV.

COVID-19 has killed 13,003 people in Serbia, which has a population of about 7 million, while 1.39 million cases have been recorded there. Around 47% of Serbians have been fully vaccinated.

 

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Mahkamah Australia menetapkan pendengaran kes pembatalan visa Novak Djokovic pada Ahad pada jam 9.30 pagi waktu tempatan


Mahkamah Australia tetapkan pendengaran kes visa Djokovic


15 Januari 2022

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MAHKAMAH Australia menetapkan pendengaran kes pembatalan visa Novak Djokovic pada Ahad pada jam 9.30 pagi waktu tempatan ketika pemain tenis nombor satu dunia itu berusaha membatalkan keputusan kerajaan Australia untuk mengeluarkannya dari negara itu.


Hakim David O'Callaghan berkata, mahkamah akan berhubung dengan semua pihak mengenai persoalan sama ada prosiding itu perlu didengar oleh seorang hakim tunggal atau mahkamah penuh pada hari itu.




Djokovic sepatutnya menyerahkan diri kepada pegawai imigresen bagi ditahan pada Sabtu dan dikehendaki menyerah diri kepada pegawai di Melbourne, menurut perintah mahkamah yang dikeluarkan pada malam Jumaat.


Pada Jumaat, Djokovic meminta mahkamah Australia menghalang pengusirannya menjelang Terbuka Australia selepas kerajaan membatalkan visanya buat kali kedua atas peraturan kemasukan Covid-19.

Kerajaan bagaimanapun mengarahkan supaya dia kembali ke tahanan sebelum dihantar pulang pada jam 8 pagi waktu tempatan pada Sabtu.

Pasukan undang-undang Djokovic mengemukakan permintaan untuk injunksi lewat malam Jumaat, kurang tiga jam selepas Menteri Imigresen, Alex Hawke menggunakan kuasa budi bicara untuk membatalkan visa bintang tenis Serbia tersebut.



 

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#NSTsports "We're here to play the #AustralianOpen. We're here on our own terms ready to compete, hopefully have a very good couple weeks.

Players tired of the Djokovic circus - De Minaur​

By Reurters - January 15, 2022 @ 9:28am
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Alex de Minaur of Australia (left) and former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt attend a practice session ahead of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 14, 2022. - AFP pic

MELBOURNE: Australian Open players are tired of the Novak Djokovic saga overshadowing the year's first Grand Slam and want the spotlight back on the tennis, Australian number one Alex de Minaur said on Saturday.

The leadup has been completely dominated by world number one Djokovic's battle to compete in the tournament in the face of a government trying to deport him after cancelling his visa twice.

"I think first of all, this whole situation has taken a lot of spotlight away from us competitors," the 32nd seed told reporters at Melbourne Park.

"We're here to play the Australian Open. We're here on our own terms ready to compete, hopefully have a very good couple weeks.


"It feels like it's taking away from us competitors who just want to start. We're just eager to go out and compete. The Australian Open is always an incredible event, my home Slam, my favourite tournament.

"To be honest, I'm just ready to put all of this behind me and focus on playing my tennis matches, kind of let my tennis do the talking."

Australia's efforts to deport COVID-19 vaccine sceptic Djokovic have drawn widespread support from the public amid a runaway outbreak of Omicron cases.

De Minaur declined to add his voice to the criticism of the Serb but said Djokovic's decision not to vaccinate was at odds with what normal Australians were required to do.

"Look, Australians have gone through a lot. There's no secret about that," he said.

"They've had it very tough. They've done a lot of work to protect themselves and their borders.

"When you're coming in, as well as every other tennis player, if you wanted to come into the country, you had to be double vaccinated. It was up to him, his choices, his judgment.
"Here we are." — REUTERS

 

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Kalau die masih dpt main, pemain lain mogok la tarik diri. Biar penganjur pulak decide haha
 
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