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originally posted by: UpThenDown
a reply to: vNex92
Djokovic has not helped himself by making errors on his visa application which he has admitted/blamed someone in his vast team
Novak Djokovic admits visa form 'error' and failing to isolate after positive test
Novak Djokovic has admitted an "error of judgement" in failing to isolate after testing positive for COVID-19 last month, and says his agent unintentionally provided incorrect information on his Australian visa application form.
Novak Djokovic admits breaking isolation rules while he had Covid amid visa 'lie' claims
World no.1 Novak Djokovic has admitted to breaching isolation rules despite testing positive for Covid in December, as he continued to meet a journalist despite contracting the virus. In an Instagram post shared to his 9.9million followers on Wednesday, Djokovic admitted that he was at fault for an "error of judgement" as he continued to meet a journalist two days after testing positive for Covid on December 16.
Djokovic Admits 'Error' on COVID, Australian Visa
Serbian Novak Djokovic said he made an “error of judgment” when he had COVID-19 last month but did not isolate. The world’s top tennis player also blamed his support team for a mistake in his Australian visa.
Similar to the UK with both Boris and Kier supposed leaders of their repective parties making rules for the masses and then not adhering to them, it always seems to be the rich and powerful who flout these rules and then apologies....only when caught...feck em ALL
The Rio Tinto Limited (ASX: RIO) share price is down 1.8% at the time of writing as protests grow in Serbia.
originally posted by: kewlaz
Also it was the Immigration Minister Alex Hawke that cancelled his visa not the Prime Minister. The distinction is important as I believe the PM is using the immigration minister as a shield if things go wrong. The PM would have given his private viewpoint to the immigration minister. LINK
From my perspective
I live in Melbourne. Myself and my fellow Victorians went through what they are calling the longest lockdown. We were not allowed to leave home except for 4 reasons for what seemed like forever. Some people lost there jobs, homes, businesses and sanity. Thankfully everything is being lifted and things are getting back to normal.
This is a hot topic in Melbourne given what we went through. The general consensus of the people I talk too is to cancel his visa and kick him out as he is seen nothing more than a rich tennis player playing by his own rules with no regards to anyone else.
originally posted by: hombero
Good. He should be held to the rules like everyone else.
a reply to: vNex92
originally posted by: Irishhaf
a reply to: RIPMH370
Honestly curious what was the lie?
He applied for and was given an exemption then another department revoked it?
Was that incorrect reporting?