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Sir Mekere calls on anti-corruption watchdogs to investigate APEC Vehicle fleets

FORMAL complaints have been made for full investigations into the purchase of the controversial APEC fleet of luxury vehicles worth more than K40 million which attracted wide-spread condemnation in PNG and abroad.

Former Prime Ministers and MP for Moresby North-west, Sir Mekere Morauta has written to the nation’s top anti-corruption watchdog, Ombudsman Commission as well as police fraud and national anti-corruption directorate, citing alleged breaches of tender processes, Public Finances (Management) Act and APEC Authority Act in acquiring the vehicles.

The letters to Chief Ombudsman, Michael Dick and head of national fraud and anti-corruption, Chief Superintendent Mathew Damaru were delivered last Friday, October 26.
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