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Da li Novak treba da dobije dozvolu da udje u Australiju  

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1 minute ago, Tsai said:

sudija je old skul. imace strpljenja.


ajmo kljakavi!



'What more could this man have done?': Judge Kelly

We are now going through Djokovic’s travel declaration before he arrived in Australia. It was filled out by his agent. His counsel Nicholas Wood notes in the request for declaration of vaccination, Djokovic has claimed he cannot be vaccinated on medical grounds.

When prompted to provide proof, Djokovic uploaded the medical exemption document from the CMO at Tennis Australia.

Kelly says a “matter that has really preoccupied me” is the status attached to the Tennis Australia document, and questions why it was not accepted by the delegate making the decision on the visa:

Here, a professor and an eminently qualified physician have produced and provided to the applicant a medical exemption. Further to that, that medical exemption and the basis on which it was given was separately given by a further independent expert specialist panel established by the Victorian state government and that document was in the hands of the delegate.

The point I am agitated about is ‘what more could this man have done?’

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ben i drugi novinari promenili tim


ako djokovic udje i dodje do finala navijace za njega


bilo jos interesantnih komentara





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‘What more could this man have done?’ Judge asks lawyer


al djokovicevog advokata ... a verovatno ce da pita i drzavu

jes da mi znamo da je mogao da se vakcinise :) 


The judge presiding over Djokovic’s case, Anthony Kelly, questioned what more the tennis player could have done to ensure his entry to Australia.

The court heard before and after arriving at Tullamarine airport in Melbourne, Mr Djokovic had a medical exemption from a professor and an “eminently qualified physician” to support his claim he had a medical contraindication to a COVID-19 vaccination.


He was also separately given an exemption by an independent expert panel established by the Victorian government, Judge Kelly said.

“The point I’m somewhat agitated about is what more could this man have done?” the judge said.

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Judge Kelly has agreed with Djokovic's barrister's outline of the pressure on the tennis player.

"The situation in which these grounds are being pressed... it seems uncontroversial that the applicant wanted to wait until 8.30 for the interview."

He also talks about how Djokovic's request for more time was reasonable - it wasn't like he was filibustering or wasting the border official's time by asking for a delay to the interview.

Djokovic's lawyer agrees and repeats how Djokovic was just waiting to give his full answer once he had gotten advice from his lawyers.




Judge warns that government approach may be 'too granular'

The government has just begun outlining its response to the seven legal grounds argued by Djokovic's lawyer.

They are denying the grounds of procedural unfairness or unreasonableness.

They're also arguing a different interpretation of the Migration Act and Biosecurity Act. They're rejecting how Djokovic's lawyers have framed it and are arguing other legal principles on how laws can be read.

But the judge warns them that this legal construction isn't necessarily correct, and may be too narrow, particularly in respect to the facts we know about Djokovic's time at the airport.

The government's argument so far is very much framed on defining the legal tests that need to be met - they're trying to question the standards Djokovic's lawyers are using to argue the case.

Essentially, the government is arguing their case through interpretation of legal principles, as opposed to making an argument on the facts.




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1 minute ago, Fins fleet said:

Jedan covek ima moc da tek tako izbaci random stranca iz zemlje u bilo kom momentu i bez da se ikome pravda? Alal.


i sve to uprkos odluci suda?!


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