The cloak and dagger secrecy of the Australian Government continues after the arrival of four refugees in Cambodia from Nauru.
"Australia has bribed Cambodia to take these poor people. There is no assurance any of this money will go to those who need it," Greens spokesperson on Immigration Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said.
"It is clear that the Australian-Cambodian deal is an expensive flop. Only four people have agreed to go at a huge cost of $55.5 million Australian dollars
"Refugees in Nauru should be resettled in Australia. It is shameful that Australia has taken advantage of a poor country like Cambodia. Paying them to do the things Australia doesn't want to
"The government is blatantly paying off these nations to do Australia's dirty work on asylum seeker detention
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