Mr Dausabea said some activities including aiding of overseas trips for prominent lawyers and judges by some donors undermine the independence of the judiciary.
He claimed that documents in his possession showed URS paid for return airfares to Brisbane for a high level delegation.
"An invoice number 100837 dated November 28, 2011, showed that a delegation including the Chief Justice and the Director of Public Prosecution went to Australia.
"The invoice was given by the Guadalcanal Travel Service to URS who shouldered all the cost."
Mr Dausabea who is suing the Australian Federal Police (AFP) for wrongly locking him and two others for the April 2006 riots only to be acquitted after a long court battle, said these were some of the activities that has really put under questioned the independence of the judicial arm.
He said the delegation was believed to have travelled to Australia to interview Australian judges who were to come under the Australian arrangement since RAMSI arrived.
"Any cost of travel for such purpose overseas should be met by the Solomon Islands government and not any organisations.
"This would greatly affect the independence of the judiciary which is happening now with all cases that are in the interest of Australia.
"Look at the Julian Moti's case and the three of us who were locked up and accused of inciting the riots only to be found innocent.
"I once address on the floor of parliament in 2006, that in South Africa, bullets and guns were used during the apartheid but here, police and the judiciary are being used to suppress and oppress people who want to stand up for their rights and or speak out."
Mr Dausabea, Alex Bartlett (Former MP for South Malaita) and Nelson Ne'e (Former MP for central Honiara) were accused of inciting the riots but were later found innocent after a long court battle.
Mr Dausabea said he wanted to make it clear to all Solomon Islanders that they are not stereotyping against any particular groups such as RAMSI.
"All we are doing is ensuring the rights of indigenous people of this country. We want a fair and independent judiciary, not the one that is being manipulated or remote controlled.
"People who come to operate on this sovereign country must do things according to the constitution.
"RAMSI has done a lot of good things for this country but those things must come from the heart and not with strings attached."
Mr Dausabea said he want a commission of inquiry into this matter.
By EDNAL PALMER
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