By Liam Fox on Manus Island
Several asylum seekers are set to testify at a human rights inquiry into conditions at the Manus Island detention centre.
The inquiry was told four asylum seekers would give evidence when it resumes this morning.
The public solicitor has collected affidavits from 32 asylum seekers but most are yet to be signed.
The inquiry, initiated by Justice David Cannings, is examining the conditions at the detention centre and whether detainees are being denied their human rights.