30 October 2012 , 8:47 PM by Lachlan Mackintosh
Tomorrow in Canberra, a cross-parliamentary briefing will take place, looking at the case of Julian Assange.
Last year a similar briefing was given to MP’s, but a lot has changed since then.
For the past five months, Assange has been holed up inside the Ecuadorian embassy in Britain, protected under political asylum.
So what does this briefing mean for his situation? And what, if any effect will it have?
Samantha Castro, the Co-Founder of Wikileaks Australian Citizens Alliance, joined the program to explain the meeting.