Port Moresby: Papua New Guinea police have issued an arrest warrant for former prime minister Peter O'Neill for alleged "official corruption".
Acting police commissioner David Manning said in a statement that O'Neill had been found at Port Moresby's Crowne Plaza Hotel on Tuesday morning but he had so far refused to co-operate.
The warrant was issued on Friday but Manning said he could not go into detail due to the sensitivity of the investigation.
Peter O’Neill resigned as PNG’s prime minister in May.Credit:EPA
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