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The Australian Greens are demanding the Australian Government take action to ensure WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange's legal and consular rights are upheld.

The Australian Greens are demanding the Australian Government take action to ensure WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange's legal and consular rights are upheld.

We are concerned that our government has done nothing to investigate the secret US Grand Jury investigation into Wikileaks, which could lead to Assange's extradition to the US.

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[These links are provided for information purposes and do not imply endorsement by the Australian Greens.]

ag.pdf
dfat.pdf
timeline.pdf
senator_ludlam_to_carr_on_grand_jury.pdf
senator_ludlam_to_carr_on_prejudicial_statements.pdf
swedish_grand_jury.pdf
carr_prejudicial_statements.pdf
carr_response.pdf
carr_wiki.pdf
wa-gvt.pdf

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