Papua New Guinea: Corruption allegations highlighted in elections

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill says he believes he will be re-elected, but allegations of corruption, vote buying and poor handling of the economy have dogged him during the campaign.

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    Voting is under way in Papua New Guinea in the ninth election since independence.

    Prime Minister Peter O'Neill says he believes he will be re-elected, but allegations of corruption, vote buying and poor handling of the economy have dogged him during the campaign.

    Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from Port Moresby.


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