Victoria set to ban public display of Nazi swastika symbol
Victoria’s Attorney-General has announced legislation will be introduced into the state’s parliament today to ban the public display of the Nazi swastika symbol.
Under the Nazi Symbol Prohibition Bill, future offenders could face a year in jail, a $22,000 fine or both once the legislation is in effect.
Victoria is the first Australian jurisdiction to introduce a bill to make the intentional display of the Nazi symbol a criminal offence.
( Source : Sky News Australia Youtube Channel )
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