Founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange Australian citizen may be deprived of an Australian passport

3 Декабрь, 2010


Australian law enforcement agencies conducted a special investigation, which should be set, violate any laws of Australia site WikiLeaks published documents, which are confidential in nature and what action to take against the founder of the website Australian citizen Julian Assange.
In the words of the Attorney General of Australia, Robert Makkellanda, He does not know about the U.S. request to withdraw Australian passport Julian Assange, but said, that it is considering several options to respond to the situation and does not preclude, that the recent publication WikiLeaks may have violated several laws of Australia.

The Ministry of Defence of Australia also did not remain aloof from the controversial WikiLeaks publications, Head of Australian Defense Minister Stephen Smith said, that the Intergovernmental Committee is currently solves, Could be harmful to the country of publication, and defines the scope of their possible impact.

Previously to the publication of secret documents U.S. government reacted site WikiLeaks and the Italian authorities. Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini called it "a major terrorist attack in diplomacy".
According to the Italian Foreign Ministry, the incident is akin to "September 11 for the world of diplomacy".
Frattini says, that after the publication of "trust between states will be undermined". According to him, published data - a product of "criminal activity, against whom criminal proceedings are already in 10 Countries, including in the U.S. ". Italian Foreign Minister called upon the judiciary of the country and look into the matter.

As reported by "Rosbalt", 28 November portal WikiLeaks released a 250 Thd. American diplomatic cables, Department of State which exchanged with the U.S. embassies in different countries.

So, the head of the Italian Government, Silvio Berlusconi, U.S. diplomats called "horny", Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called it "Hitler", French President Nicolas Sarkozy - "naked king", German Chancellor - Angela Merkel, Teflon, Afghan President Hamid Karzai - "paranoid", Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin - the "alpha male", and President Dmitry Medvedev - "hesitant" and "apprehensive".

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