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Australian judiciary postpone consideration of the issue of compensation filed by asylum seekers pro

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Australian judiciary postpone consideration of the issue of compensation filed by asylum seekers pro

Post by rocky on Tue 30 May 2017, 2:56 am

Australian judiciary postpone consideration of the issue of compensation filed by asylum seekers protesters

Arab and international Tuesday 30 May 2017

To consider the issue of refugees filed on behalf of asylum seekers in 1905 against the Australian government, because of the way to deal with them in a detention center on the island of Manus, for two days, where he claimed to have suffered physical and psychological injuries.

The lawsuit, which is scheduled to be considered by the Supreme Court in Melbourne to compensate asylum seekers detained in the center of the island Manos which is run by Australia off the coast of Papua New Guinea.

According to AT & Slatyr Gordonii Legal Foundation, which represents asylum seekers "had to be considered in the case, yesterday, but the two sides asking the postponement will be considered on Wednesday."

Seeks detainees current and former to obtain compensation for the psychological and physical injuries they said suffered as a result of their detention in Manos Island, also demanding compensation for illegal detention, after the Supreme Court ruled in Papua New Guinea last year, that the detention of asylum seekers on the island Manos is unconstitutional.

It is scheduled to continue the trial before Judge Michael McDonald, at least six months, and will include hearing the testimonies of 41 asylum seekers current and former, they were on Manus Island and still in Papua New Guinea, as well as 11 of the asylum ex-seekers who are currently being held in various places of detention in Australia.

The Australian government has announced that it will start closing Manos center by 30 June next, and will transfer the detainees to a new transitional center, as part of the continuation of its radical policies towards the refusal of asylum is illegal at all, and the detention of asylum seekers who come through smuggling boats.

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