No case against PNG PM says anti-corruption task force | Pacific Beat

No case against PNG PM says anti-corruption task force

No case against PNG PM says anti-corruption task force

Updated 17 January 2014, 10:47 AEST

PNG's anti-corruption unit says it has no case against PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill in relation to A$35 million in dubious legal fees paid to the country's top lawyer, Paul Paraka.

Task Force Sweep on Wednesday arrested former Finance Secretary Steve Gibson and says it will continue to investigate the roles played by PNG's Finance and Treasury Ministers.

Geraldine Coutts is speaking with PNG Correspondent Liam Cochrane in Port Moresby.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: PNG correspondent, Liam Cochrane

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