Australia closes controversial camp

Australia closes controversial camp

World August 17, 2016 09:45

canberra - Australia close the controversial center for asylum seekers on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea. That the Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton and Prime Minister Peter O'Neill of Papua New Guinea Wednesday reported to Australian media.

Dutton said that no asylum seekers are transferred to Australia more of the island. Australia signed an agreement with Papua New Guinea in 2013. In exchange for assisting the poor island state of Australia was allowed to build a detention camp for asylum seekers. Hundreds of people detained in the city center on Manus Island. In April, ruled the Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea that the detention of asylum seekers was contrary to the constitution of the island state.

In the detention center riots broke several times, including when asylum seekers trying to escape.
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