Djokovic verdict ‘poetic justice’ for a government deserving ‘comeuppance’

Novak Djokovic’s win over the Australian government is “poetic justice” for a government deserving “comeuppance and then some,” according to The Institute of Public Affairs’ Gideon Rozner. 

“For its horrible and cruel mismanagement of our international and domestic borders for the last two years,” Mr Rozner said. 

“This is a comeuppance the government deserved for leaving expats stranded … criminalising Australian citizens from returning to their own home. 

“The government deserved an utter humiliation over this, and they got it.”

Novak Djokovic’s win over the Australian government is “poetic justice” for a government deserving “comeuppance and then some,” according to The Institute of Public Affairs’ Gideon Rozner.

“For its horrible and cruel mismanagement of our international and domestic borders for the last two years,” Mr Rozner said.

“This is a comeuppance the government deserved for leaving expats stranded … criminalising Australian citizens from returning to their own home.

“The government deserved an utter humiliation over this, and they got it.”
Novak Djokovic’s win over the Australian government is “poetic justice” for a government deserving “comeuppance and then some,” according to The Institute of Public Affairs’ Gideon Rozner.

“For its horrible and cruel mismanagement of our international and domestic borders for the last two years,” Mr Rozner said.

“This is a comeuppance the government deserved for leaving expats stranded … criminalising Australian citizens from returning to their own home.

“The government deserved an utter humiliation over this, and they got it.”

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