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March 26, 1993 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-26

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laws and ethnic radio pro-
grams.
Prime Minister Paul
Keating said his party
"would make it a criminal
offense to incite racial
hatred against persons in
Australia by reason of their
race, color or national or
ethnic origin."
The opposition Lib-
eral/National Party prom-
ised only "wide community
consultation and discussion
about legislation."
Executive Council Presi-
dent Isi Leibler called anti-
racism legislation "the most
important Jewish issue of
domestic concern over the
next 12 months."
Mr. Leibler said he
welcomed the government's
renewed commitment.
The government also
promised that a special im-
migration program will be
maintained that allows im-
migrants from the former
Soviet Union to sponsor
family members still in
Russia and other republics
in their applications as new
immigrants to Australia.
Jewish radio programs, in
Hebrew, Yiddish and Eng-
lish, should also be
expanded, if the government
honors a campaign commit-
ment to sponsor a national
"ethnic radio" network.
The network would
supplement existing state
channels which carry
"Jewish-language" pro-
grams.
In its campaign, the Labor
Party also made a series of
statements on Middle East
policy, in response to ques-
tions posed by the
Australia/Israel Review.
Mr. Keating promised to
continue to oppose the Arab
boycott of Israel "in public
and in private," and said his
party "is continuing to keep
under review the possibility
of Australian anti-boycott
legislation."
Both the Labor Party and
the opposition said they sup-
ported the current peace
process.
The opposition said it
would oppose contact with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization until that
organization shows it
"accepts explicitly Israel's
right to exist, that it is ge-
nuinely committed to peace
and that it is prepared to
back its words on both
matters with consistent ac-
tion."
By contrast, the Labor
government said discussions
with the PLO would con-
tinue as part of its effort "to
encourage the moderate fac-
tions within the PLO that
support the peace talks."

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