Radio Australia reports Special Minister of State Senator John Faulkner as saying:
From time to time it may be drawn to our attention that someone close to the Burmese regime is in Australia and should this occur of course the government looks closely at such a case carefully and responds appropriately.
Since this was in the context of:
Expressing concern over the lack of political, economic and
humanitarian reform in Burma, Senator Faulkner says Australia could take action against a list of people with links to the regime who are already here or who may want to come here.
So, the Aussies are doing something, here I have not yet received a reply from Phil Goff, and I doubt we can make Burma an election issue, now there’s a cause for prayer, that Burma rise higher up the “agenda” in the media wherever you live.