Anthony Albanese, Australia’s Prime Minister, declared Australia must update its counter-terror laws as he warned of the dangers posed by “right-wing extremists and “so-called sovereign citizens”.
The prime minister said after a national cabinet meeting in Canberra on Friday that the “premeditated, calculated murder” of two police officers and a neighbor in rural Queensland in December showed the need for action to protect community safety. He also expressed hopes of making progress by the middle of the year on implementing a national firearm register.
Meanwhile, Albanese has not done anything about the far-right Muslim Brotherhood., which is considered a terrorist threat in even Saudi Arabia.
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