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Australia to permit indefinite detention after completion of terrorism-related sentences –There would be no new trial, although prisoners would have the right to argue in court that they aren't a threat –The change will upend a centuries-old legal principle that prisoners are automatically released when their sentences end. | 08 Oct 2016 | Australia is about to allow people who might commit terrorism to be held in prison–indefinitely. Under changes introduced into federal parliament last month by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's centre-right government, federal judges could stop prisoners being released after completing terrorism-related sentences. They wouldn't need to set a release date, although the prisoners' detention would be reviewed every year. The change will upend a centuries-old legal principle that prisoners are automatically released when their sentences end.