Drip drip drip

Dear Prime Minister,

Could the process of transferring refugees from Manus to Nauru go any slower?

22 of the more than 1000 refugees on Nauru left for the US this weekend. Daniel Webb says:

The tragic reality is that hope for a handful doesn’t end the suffering of those left behind. It’s great that these 22 people will tomorrow wake up in freedom and safety. But over 1800 others will awake to the same painful limbo that has confronted them every morning for the last four and a half years.
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This dark chapter in our history does not close - this painful chapter in their lives does not end - until every single man, woman and child tormented on Nauru and Manus for the last four years is finally safe. Over 1800 innocent people - 150 children - have had four and a half years of their lives ripped away from them. It is the Australian Government’s responsibility to ensure they have a future.
— Daniel Webb, Director of Legal Advocacy at the Human Rights Law Centre

There must be an urgent solution to bring freedom and safety to the 742 men on Manus and the 1048 men, women and children on Nauru. Evacuate Now.