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Updated: January 16th, 2022 01:36 AM IST

Anthony Albanese hurries on Immigration Minister Alex Hawke on Novak Djokovic in asking (at presser): how long is the focus group taking in order for the government to get the answer before it responds to this issue? #auspol

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Interesting Australia’s immigration minister, Alex Hawke, personally cancelled Djokovic’s visa, arguing his presence in Australia could incite “civil unrest” and encourage others to eschew vaccination against Covid-19. Tyrannical govts never want their tyranny challenged.

Abject Madness – Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke Cancels Visa of Novak Djokovic, Will Be Deported From Australian Open Tennis Tournament

#BREAKING Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has cancelled Novak Djokovic’s visa “on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so”.

Independent Senator Jacqui Lambie has urged Immigration Minister Alex Hawke to get on and make his decision on whether Novak Djokovic can stay in the country and compete in the Australian Open:

Morrison is here with chief medical officer and head of vaccine rollout- no Alex Hawke (immigration minister).

FUCK YEAH INSIDERS SAY ALEX HAWKE WILL USE HIS MINISTERIAL DISCRETION TO DO NOTHING OF VALUE FOR ANYONE AT ALL TODAY

Anthony Albanese hurries on Immigration Minister Alex Hawke on Novak Djokovic in asking (at presser): how long is the focus group taking in order for the government to get the answer before it responds to this issue? #auspol

If Djokovic is keen to play in the OZ open he should sponsor Alex Hawke to receive the genetically grown pigs hearts they are successfully transplanting in humans the United States 🇺🇸because we are all aware he needs one and he might appreciate it…

All eyes on the Immigration Minister, Alex Hawke. Pressure will be on to make a decision prior to #AusOpen draw at 3PM, at which Djokovic will be at the top of the page as the seed.

Veteran political journalist Paul Bongiorno has been told by insiders that Novak Djokovic will be kicked out of the country by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke today.

When will Australian immigration minister decide Novak Djokovic’s fate? Hawke will almost certainly decide on either Thursday 13 January or Friday 14 January. Djokovic has been named as the top seed ahead of the men’s draw, which takes place on Thursday.

‘Government is between a rock and a hard place’: Mr Rizvi said allegations the tennis star had provided false information - grounds for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke to cancel Djokovic’s visa. However, he believed Mr Hawke would refrain from doing so.

The federal government is ­reviewing new information provided by Djokovic’s team on Wednesday as Immigration Minister Alex Hawke considers whether to use his power to cancel the Serbian’s visa for a second time.

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@PaulBongiorno @AlexHawkeMP And here is hoping we will never hear the name Alex Hawke again.

El Gobierno Federal está preparando un caso para revocar la visa de Djokovic y expulsarlo de Australia. El ministro Alex Hawke, retrasó la decisión final porque el caso tenía serias implicaciones para las políticas de protección fronteriza del gobierno.

Alex Hawke currently demanding that Novak and 80 of his family and friends join the Baulkham Hills branch of the Liberal Party

BREAKING: No decision on Djokovic today. Via Alex Hawke Mr Djokovic’s lawyers have recently provided lengthy further submissions and supporting documentation said to be relevant to the possible cancellation Naturally, this will affect the timeframe for a decision @newscomauHQ

If Djokovic lied on purpose on his entry papers, the decision for Alex Hawke is an easy one. If anyone else gave incorrect information, they would be on the next plane home. This goes directly to his arrogance to think he can lie & get away with it.

NEW: Australian authorities are looking into whether Novak ​Djokovic lied on his Travel Declaration Form, and Immigration Minister Alex Hawke is weighing whether to use discretionary powers to revoke his visa.

NEW: Australian authorities are looking into whether Novak ​Djokovic lied on his Travel Declaration Form, and Immigration Minister Alex Hawke is weighing whether to use discretionary powers to revoke his visa.

Mientras Djokovic 🇷🇸 ya entrena para el Australia Open, las autoridades investigan una posible falsa declaración del serbio sobre el PCR: presionan para la decisión de Alex Hawke, el Ministro de Inmigración

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Novak Djokovic completó su segundo entrenamiento mientras espera la decisión del ministro de inmigración australiano, Alex Hawke, quien podría cancelarle de nuevo la visa, a pesar del fallo a favor del serbio.

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Hay reportes que dicen que Djokovic será arrestado por la Policía Federal Australiana, NO ES INCUMBENCIA DE ELLOS. Es un asunto de la Fuerza Fronteriza Australiana y ellos detienen, “no arrestan”. La decisión está en manos de Alex Hawke, Ministro de Inmigración. #ESPEREMOS

Novak Djokovic przebywa obecnie na wolności, chce zagrać w Australian Open. Minister ds. imigracji Alex Hawke wciąż może anulować wizę tenisisty, mimo korzystnego rozstrzygnięcia w sądzie. Dotychczas takiej decyzji nie podjął.

It isn’t over for Novak Djokovic. Australia’s Immigration Minister Alex Hawke could still cancel the visa again. The ball is in his court. SORRY.

LET DJOKOVIC STAY Morrison & Minister Karen Andrews have LOST in Court Now another Minister (Alex Hawke) may be playing games with Djokovic What a bunch of SORE LOSERS What a bunch of🤡🤡 STOP embarrassing Australia END THE CIRCUS NOW

BREAKING Immigration minister Alex Hawke confirms he is considering cancelling Djokovic visa process is “ongoing” previous reports of 4 hour timeframe incorrect only applies if he is reinterviewed @newscomauHQ

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Breaking: Novak Djokovic has drawn Alex Hawke of Australia in the first round of the #AusOpen

if I’m understanding this decision correctly, Novak Djokovic is now our Immigration Minister and Alex Hawke is being deported to Serbia

Incredible scenes. Judge concludes proceedings, foreshadows exercise of personal power by another minister (Immigration Min Alex Hawke). JUDGE: If this man (Djokovic) is to be summarily removed in that way, he cannot return to Australia for three years.

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