Human error and outdated IT led to Hakeem al-Araibi's detention, says border force official
Australian Border Force boss Michael Outram admits it was within his own organisation ‘where the process broke down’An individual border force officer forgetting to send an email likely led to the refugee Hakeem al-Araibi spending almost three months in a Thai prison fighting off Bahraini attempts to have him extradited.The head of the Australian Border Force, Michael Outram, told Senate estimates it was within his own organisation “where the process broke down” and al-Araibi was allowed to board a flight to Thailand, unaware he was walking into the waiting arms of Thai and Bahraini authorities. Related: Hakeem al-Araibi: power, politics, football and the will of the people Related: Empathy is the energy that drives social change – the Australian government is an old hand at gagging it | Brigid Delaney Continue reading...... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, Human error and outdated IT led to Hakeem al-Araibi's detention, says border force official, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
Published By: The Guardian - Monday, 18 February
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