Dear Prime Minister,
Both the PNG and Australian courts have found that Australia is responsible for the reugees detained on Manus Island and Nauru.
Australia, along with 44 other nations in the United Nations, has condemned Cambodia for "the recent serious decline of [its] civil and political rights."
Yet Foreign Minister Bishop confirms that your Government expects the refugees detained offshore to settle safely in Cambodia, and has paid Hun Sen's corrupt government $55 million to accept them.
How do you justify sending people who have fled oppression and danger to a country which violently oppresses its own citizens?