starvation

Abandoned. Starved.

Dear Prime Minister,

Your government continues to oversee the demolition of accommodation and cutting off of power and water at Manus island RPC. Australia is trying to force the refugees to leave the (relative) safety of the detention centre and go to East Lorengau Transit Centre (ELTC). As many refugee and advocates have repeatedly said there is no room for them at ELTC, there is no security there and they have no access to services such as medical care. Nor can they work.

Here is another reason why they cannot live at ELTC: there is not enough food.

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These are truly starvation rations. The refugees on Manus Island are Australia's responsibility. End this torture and bring them to Australia now.

End offshore detention

Dear Prime Minister,

Where is the food?

Australia's prisoners on Manus Island have to queue for more than an hour for each meal, have it passed through a small hole in a wall, food runs out long before all the men have been fed, and what food there is is often rotten, mouldy and inedible.

"This is a sample of the meals given to men in Manus. It costs Australian taxpayers nearly half a million dollars for each detained person each year. Or about $4,000 per person per day." Lynne Murphy https://www.facebook.com/lynne.murphy.148/posts/10154501915596769?pnref=story

"This is a sample of the meals given to men in Manus. It costs Australian taxpayers nearly half a million dollars for each detained person each year. Or about $4,000 per person per day." Lynne Murphy https://www.facebook.com/lynne.murphy.148/posts/10154501915596769?pnref=story

When I rang Minister Dutton's office about the lack of food on 23 March I was told that the detainees have three square meals a day and unlimited access to food. Where is the food?