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In an attempt to combat a perceived crisis in law and order, the Papua New GuineaParliament has enacted a new scheme of mandatory minimum penalties of imprisonmentapplicable to a wide range of offences. Strong criticism by the judiciary andattempts to circumvent the new legislation have only...
Consumer affairs agencies in Australia generally rely on conciliation rather than lawenforcement. Prosecutions are rare, and when they do occur, penalties are derisory.South Australia is the only jurisdiction with a substantial record of prosecutingconsumer affairs offenders. The Commonwealth...
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