BREAKING NEWS: “Junta Has Killed 110 People”
Source: BBC News (https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-56373463).
Human rights groups are calling on Myanmar’s military to end it’s use of lethal force against civilians
“At least 110 political prisoners in Myanmar have died in regime custody since the military seized power from the elected civilian government on February 1, according to a list compiled by activists from the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP)“, published the Myanmar Now Organisation on 30 August 2021. (source: https://www.myanmar-now.org/en/news/junta-has-killed-at-least-110-people-in-custody-since-coup-says-rights-group).
“Dozens among them died within 24 hours of their arrests after apparently being tortured, while many others died due to lack of medical care in prisons, the group said.
They include seven National League for Democracy (NLD) party members, two doctors and three school teachers, according to the AAPP’s data.
Khin Maung Latt, a 58-year-old local NLD office chair for Yangon’s Pabedan Township, was arrested at his home by the military regime on March 6 and his family was notified that he had died the following day.
Relatives said he was in good health when regime authorities took him into custody.
Khin Maung Latt was the first of at least 77 people who died in junta custody within 24 hours of their arrest. Many of them bore the signs of torture on their bodies”.
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But it’s not easy for a Myanmar student to get a protection visa in Australia…
SBS published that “more than 90 per cent of onshore protection visa cases are refused”.
So what happens if your protection visa application gets refused.
If your application gets refused, your chances of staying in Australia will be very slim.
You will have to appeal.
You may have to go to court.
Worse still, you may have to go back to Myanmar while facing real danger…
REASONS THAT COULD LEAD THE IMMIGRATION OFFICE TO REFUSE YOUR PROTECTION VISA APPLICATION?
Oftentimes, Myanmar applicants don’t have a good command of the English language.
Or they don’t have the time and resources to properly write their claims for protection.
There are ambiguities, contradictions and even grammar mistakes in their claims.
What they are trying to say can be easily misinterpreted by the Immigration Office…
Worse still, they are not able to provide documents and evidence to support their claims.
This could lead to your application being refused.
Anything that could spark doubt in the mind of the Immigration Department could jeopardise your protection visa application.
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