Lawyers push for nauru asylum hearing to be held with family of Manus Island ‘fears’
Family members of asylum seeker Manus Island detainees fear the hearing will be held with relatives of some detainees, who have been refused leave to make a complaint about the conditions.
Key points: The decision to hold the hearing has been questioned by members of the PNG Government
The family of 22-year-old Peter ‘Peter the dog’ Wong have spoken out saying there were no mistreatment of the detainees on Manus Island
Attorney-General and family members of Manus Island detainee allege “unbelievable” conditions on Island
Asylum seekers detained on Manus Island have been subjected to horrific treatment at the hands of the PNG government, according to people involved in the case.
The Government has sought leave to appeal the decision of the Supreme Court to suspend its review, a decision that the Supreme Court has not yet made.
The Government’s High Court argued Manus Island’s management practices were “deeply disturbing” and that its current circumstances were “not consistent with fair and proper asylum review”.
One of the family members has spoken out, saying there were “absolutely no mistreatment” of the detainees on Manus Island.
Another said: “I know nothing about it except he’s being questioned about that because he is a dog [who is] an American.”
The decision has been questioned by members of the PNG Government, who have accused the Manus Island detention facility of breaching the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and of ignoring the treatment of asylum seekers as protected refugees.
They have also argued there was inadequate documentation of “the 예스 카지노 먹튀physical, social, emotional, economic and mental health” of detainees, and that there was an “unequal and unwarranted” impact on these detainees.
PNG Attorney-General and Family Members of Manus Island Detention Facility Attorney-General and Family Members of Manus Island Detention Facility (AFP)
They have said the high-profile case will go through judicial and administrative reviews, and will probably take at least six months.
The attorney-general’s office and his wife, Giselle, also both have the right to make submissions on behalf of all of the Manus Island detainees.
But both have already made submissions, to the Supreme Court, asking for a tim