The Australia government has warned about shutting down this detention and resettlement of its asylum seekers. From 31 October, this detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea provided by Australia government and water, electricity and other services has been shut down.
From devastating day, stress between asylums has been increased. Some of them has been transferred to other camps and others who are about 600 person in the concerning situation, are refusing to leave. Food, water and electricity have been cut off for a week.
They expect Austria previous promise to resettlement in a third country. Most of them are Iranian, Sri Lanka, with no ID, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
Last week human rights watch has warned about violence they faced and sometimes local people attack them by rock and knife.
These asylums demand resettlement after all these four years in an indeterminate situation.