Australian courts to hear cases challenging constitutionality of state border closures

By Michaela Whitbourn, David Crowe, and Anthony Dennis, 26 May
State border of Queensland, Australia (photo credit: David McKelvey/flickr)
State border of Queensland, Australia (photo credit: David McKelvey/flickr)
Legal experts have said the closure of state borders in Queensland and Western Australia may be swept aside by two constitutional appeals as tourism operators have warned they are in imminent danger of collapse. The High Court cases against both states stand a good chance of success if COVID-19 infections continue to decline.
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