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Wellington (AFP) – The New Zealand government has acted illegally with its Govt-19 border restrictions, a court ruled on Wednesday, saying the organization has lost the right of citizens to return to their home country.
Judge Jillian Mullen said isolation and isolation measures were taken without prioritizing the personal circumstances of those attempting to enter the country.
He acknowledged in his judgment that the organization was a key component of the corona virus eradication strategy.
He noted, however, that by failing to take into account the specific needs of the people, the government had acted “illegally, unlawfully and in violation of the Bill of Rights which states that every New Zealand citizen has the right to enter New Zealand.”
This policy was condemned in court in February by an organization called the “Grounded Kiwis”, which campaigned for the easing of restrictions.
The complaint covers the period between September 1 and December 17, 2021.
The panel argued that New Zealanders abroad were denied entitlement and that some were shocked by the failed attempts to return to their home country.
In March, New Zealand removed the need to isolate and isolate all returning citizens.
Attorney General Aedeen Boadita-Cormican supported the adopted policy, arguing that it was created to fairly protect all New Zealanders inside and outside the country in a serious situation.
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