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06 752b3e3e3b0a1b0. All the anime fans know about Naruto.  .The decision by the Victorian authorities to grant amnesty to 56 political activists facing sedition charges means the process that has marred Victoria’s anti-Adani movement is now over. It has also removed one of the biggest impediments to the continuation of the movement. The government granted them full amnesty on the condition they leave the country within 10 days of their conviction or otherwise face a $250,000 fine. Those found guilty of sedition face a maximum penalty of life imprisonment and/or fines of up to $20,000. The activists received emails from the court confirming they could leave the country. What's more, they were given an exemption from the usual requirement that they must re-enter the country within 12 months. Those who received the amnesty are in the US, UK, South Africa and Greece, where they are expected to remain for 10 to 14 days, before returning home. The remaining activists, who were charged in Victoria, have been waiting for their status to be resolved by courts in Northern Territory and the Victorian Ombudsman. Earlier, some of those facing charges sought to bring forward their trial dates, claiming their right to a fair trial was being infringed by the time taken by the court process. Government decisions to try some of the activists, including their former spokesperson Joe de Bruyn, at the Victorian Supreme Court this month and the Fair Work Commission trial in June, as well as the failure of the government to put a legal challenge to the NDIS out of its way, means the government does not face the same constraints it did during the early months of the protests. Some of those facing charges complained that the process has led to them not having the ability to find alternative accommodation, while others have been struggling to pay for legal advice. The movement has not completely collapsed, however. There is now a support group run by Facebook group The Listening Circle that is a non-profit organisation. It will continue to operate as a place for activists to get help if they need it, such as finding a lawyer to act on their behalf, and it will continue to grow and develop. The Listening Circle’s website says its aim is to “facilitate the process of activism”. The group is being run by Sarah and Stephen Brown, two activists



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