The Australian Government submitted a legal amendment to the Parliament on the 29th, hoping to relax restrictions on the “killing” of agents of intelligence agencies overseas.
A former Australian intelligence agency official expressed support for the amendment in an interview with the media, but believes that it is necessary to strengthen the supervision of intelligence agencies, otherwise the consequences will be disastrous.
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According to the law, Australian intelligence agency agents are allowed to perform tasks overseas only in a few cases, such as self-defense, protection of peers and other collaborators. Killer & rdquo;.