Former Nauru detainee Abdullah Zalghani says Australia abandoned his family in Cambodia

The Australian Government is refusing to honour promises made to a Syrian refugee who resettled in Cambodia, leaving his four children without education or health insurance.

Three years ago, Abdullah Zalghani agreed to move from Nauru to Cambodia, as part of the Australia Government’s $55 million deal with the South-East Asian nation.

Part of that agreement, according to documents obtained by the ABC, was that “school-aged children will be enrolled in local private schools in Phnom Penh … for up to four years after arrival”.

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