Nauru says UN detention center inspectors weren't invited, questions cancellation as 'publicity stunt' | Pacific Beat

Nauru says UN detention center inspectors weren't invited, questions cancellation as 'publicity stunt'

Nauru says UN detention center inspectors weren't invited, questions cancellation as 'publicity stunt'

Updated 9 April 2014, 17:28 AEST

A team of United Nations inspectors is trying to re-negoatiate with the Naruru government to visit the country's Australian-run immigration processing centre.

It comes after the group of human rights investigators claim they had their planned trip this week cancelled by the Nauru government at the last minute.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speakers: Karen Barlow, Canberra Correspondent, Mads Andenas, Chair, UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, Roberto Garretón, UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention

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