Saturday, 01 November 2014  
How many of the 1500 asylum seeker lives lost at sea since 2001 could have been saved?
Zahra (6), Fatima (7) and Eman (9) - the daughters of Sondos Ismail and Ahmed Alzalimi -  three of the 146 children who lost their lives when the vessel that has become known as SIEVX foundered in international waters en route to Christmas Island on 19 October 2001.
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Senate Testimony, Submissions & Report

INDEX TO SIEVX RELATED HANSARD EXTRACTS

Questions regarding SIEVX and the People Smuggling Disruption Program (PSDP) in Indonesia have been asked in many different venues besides the Senate Select Committee Into A Certain Maritime Incident (CMI). As time passes, and more questions are asked and answered (or asked and not answered), it has become increasingly difficult to keep track of all the information pertaining to SIEVX generated by Parliament. This Index and the Index to the CMI Transcript are intended to provide pathways through this complex labyrinth.

INDEX TO SENATE CMI COMMITTEE TRANSCRIPT

A comprehensive index to the 2181 pages of the CMI Transcript

SUBMISSIONS RECEIVED BY SENATE CMI COMMITTEE

The following submissions are relevant to the SIEVX Affair:
  • Letter, Tony Kevin To Simon Crean & Senate Opposition Leaders, 18 February 2002
    (Note: This letter although not presented as an official submission specifically requested that the Committee investigate what has since become known as the SIEVX incident)
  • Submission 2, Tony Kevin, 4 March 2002
  • Submission 2A, Tony Kevin, 11 April 2002
A complete list of submissions received by the CMI Committee is available on the Parliament website

SENATE CMI COMMITTEE REPORT

The following chapters from the CMI Committee Report are relevant to SIEVX and the People Smuggling Disruption Programme:

The complete Senate CMI Committee Report is available on the Parliament website

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