Financially blacklisting suspected crime bosses and corrupt officials
Australian policing agencies are lobbying the federal government to introduce a version of the Magnitsky Act, allowing authorities to financially blacklist suspected crime bosses and corrupt officials.
In his interview last year, Deputy Commissioner Karl Kent cautioned that locking up the next drug boss was less a priority than finding ways to attack the infrastructure that organised crime groups need to prosper.
A National Drone Network (NDN) - for commercial delivery, medical transport, and urban air mobility. That is what the Israel Innovation Authority, the Israel Ministry of Transport (through Ayalon Highways Co.), The Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) and The Smart Mobility Initiative at The Israel Prime Minister’s Office are delighted to present as a first-of-its-kind pilot: The State of Israel has achieved significant progress over the last year in shaping the future of mobility; introducing a national drone network that will primarily enable cargo transportation in urban areas through smart and innovative airspace management will accelerate this trajectory.
Opportunity exists to pivot from the divisive debate over
Australia Day to one that respects and builds on the heritage of all the groups
that makeup today’s Australian community.Noel Pearson and the Referendum Council have proposed a
model of ‘three great streams’ to acknowledge the different but equally
important core groups who make up the Australian population:·
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
The British institutions and histories which are
the foundations of our liberal democratic system;
The rich range of other cultures, faiths and
ethnic backgrounds that contribute to our multicultural society