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In Australia, are hate speech laws threatening free speech rights? The government wants to repeal part of the country’s Racial Discrimination Act, which gives citizens the power to take legal action against offensive language aimed at racial or ethnic groups. Proponents argue the law stifles open discourse, while advocates for minorities believe weakening the law would allow acts of racism to go unpunished. Join the conversation at 1930GMT.
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