New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern demands that Australia stop the deportation of Kiwi criminals in her country

After more than 1000 New Zealand ex-pats were deported to their homeland since 2014, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (pictured) calls on Australia to stop deporting kiwis.

With more than 1,000 New Zealand expatriates sent to their homeland since 2014, the Prime Minister of New Zealand is calling on Australia to end deportations.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern returned to parliament this week and addressed growing tensions between New Zealand Justice Minister Andrew Little and Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.

The deportation of New Zealand citizens to their country of origin is viewed unkindly by lawmakers who say they are protecting the rights of New Zealand citizens.

After more than 1000 New Zealand ex-pats were deported to their homeland since 2014, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (pictured) calls on Australia to stop deporting kiwis.

After more than 1000 New Zealand ex-pats were deported to their homeland since 2014, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (pictured) calls on Australia to stop deporting kiwis.

"We will continue to talk about citizenship, we will continue to try to protect the rights of New Zealanders who study, we will continue talking about deportation, but none of that slows down the rest," Ardern told AAP.

"The reason why we raise it is because we expect some change, but we also recognize that it is its internal policy and its right to establish it."

Mr. Dutton has been an important advocate for the deportation of violent offenders to his home countries and has used social media on several occasions to defend his position.

"The deportation of foreign criminals not only protects Australians, but new research shows that it also saves money," he wrote in his book. Twitter.

"We saved $ 116 million for the cancellation of 184 bikie visas and organized crime figures."

Mr. Dutton spoke with The Herald Sun and said the measure was a national initiative.

"Throughout our country, we have been working with state law enforcement agencies to identify the main criminal targets," he said.

Mr. Dutton has been an important advocate for the deportation of violent offenders to his home countries and has used social media on several occasions to defend his position.

Mr. Dutton has been an important advocate for the deportation of violent offenders to his home countries and has used social media on several occasions to defend his position.

Mr. Dutton has been an important advocate for the deportation of violent offenders to his home countries and has used social media on several occasions to defend his position.

"We saved $ 116 million by canceling 184 visas for cyclists and organized crime figures," Dutton said.

"Including gang members of outlaw motorcyclists who sell ice to our young people in rural communities and regional communities and we are canceling those visas and deporting those people."

Dutton said he has canceled more visas for non-citizens who have been convicted of a crime in the last year that Labor did in six years.

"And that means that communities across the country are safer."

Despite the dispute between the parliamentary offices, Ms. Ardern said that the relationship between New Zealand and Australia would always be important and strong.

"We have the kind of relationship that means we can talk frankly with each other and really value it," he told AAP.

"I do not think the fact that we have different opinions on some issues really slows us down."

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