...regretted that the State party had not changed its position with regard to the specific incorporation of the Convention into Norwegian law. Also, the Committee remained concerned at the absence of any external supervision or independent complaints mechanism that would reliably ensure that the rights of persons held at the Trandum Centre were respected at all times. Of concern were also reports on the use of unnecessary force by the police in some instances, and about reports of discriminatory treatment based on ethnicity.
The main issue, it would appear, is that administrative detention is not subject to adequate judiciary review. This is in some contrast to the extraordinary protection afforded to Mullah Krekar, a known terrorist who has been in Norway since 1991.