Australia's offshore processing faces a fresh legal threat, as Papua New Guinea's Opposition Leader alleges asylum The Manus Island camp.seekers are being held illegally on Manus Island under PNG's constitution.Two Australian lawyers say Opposition Leader Belden Namah's challenge has a good chance of success.Mr Namah launched proceedings on Friday in the National Court of Papua New Guinea, claiming the processing centre was the result of ''many abuses of PNG law and of ministerial powers''.
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