The Conservative Party opposes Australia signing up to the international pact which would weaken our sovereignty and hand significant control of Australia's borders over to unelected and unaccountable United Nations bureaucrats.
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says Australia won't be signing up to it in its current form but he is at odds with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull who has declined to rule out signing a UN migration deal.
The debate over the UN migration pact comes as last Sunday, 29 July marked the 10th anniversary of the Rudd Labor government dismantling John Howard's successful 'Pacific Solution', commemorated with the Conservative Party's Action Plan.
Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News it's vitally important that Australia retains its sovereignty.
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