Iranian refugee Behrouz Boochani says the few who have relocated to the new centre have found the conditions worse than at the old one

A journalist and Iranian refugee who has been detained on Manus Island for more than four years, Behrouz Boochani, says police are telling about 400 men who remain in the detention centre that they will be moved after the weekend.

Boochani told Guardian Australia on Saturday that police were using a microphone to communicate with the refugees and asylum seekers refusing to relocate from the closed detention centre after electricity was switched off 10 days ago, and since police and officials began destroying makeshift shelters last week.

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