Victoria to become first Australian state to ban public display of Nazi symbols
The Guardian says Victoria will become the first Australian state or territory to ban the public display of Nazi symbols.
The proposed laws, expected to be introduced to state parliament in the first half of 2022 with bipartisan support, will prohibit the display of swastikas and other hate symbols in public spaces.
The Australian federal police earlier this year called for a ban on extremist insignia and propaganda.
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