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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report by Radio Australia on 26 October
[Newsreader] Australia's main opposition party has released its strongest criticism yet of the government's anti-terrorism legislation, outlining a list of concerns it has about the bills. Adele Hodge reports:
[Hodge, in Canberra] The shadow attorney-general, Nicola Roxon, says the government is threatening to trample on the very freedoms Australia is fighting to protect.
[Roxon] We don't think that you should have far-reaching new powers if you don't make sure that you have strong safeguards in place.