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Australia must end ‘fiction’ it does not control Nauru and Manus centres, Senate inquiry finds

The senate inquiry report investigating ‘Serious allegations of abuse, self-harm and neglect of asylum seekers in relation to the Nauru Regional Processing Centre, and any like allegations in relation to the Manus Regional Processing Centre’.

This is a link to the full report:…/Legal_and_…/NauruandManusRPCs/Report

Or else you can read The Guardian article here

Nicky Henderson
Nicky Henderson As someone, who has spent a short but life changing time in Nauru, the secrecy is disgusting. If Australia controls the security, why did I have to pay a cash bribe to get my passport back to get out of there? I don’t believe anyone, unless you have been there, understands the abhorrent conditions and continuous under riding tension, corruption and threats that are a daily issue.

3 Replies
Marit Virma
Marit Virma Patrick van Berlo you might be interested to read it 🙂

Jenny Lewis - Druhan
Jenny Lewis – Druhan The arrogance of the response to this inquiry by this Government is astounding.

Tony Vass
Tony Vass When you lock innocent people up in Gulags and enjoy their pain you can’t claim to have good values.

Jason Beek
Jason Beek only a moron wold think that we don’t control them and should be held accountable to every one of those people.
I say $20,000,000 each should cover it.



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