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Reports of violent mobs attacking individuals accused of “sorcery,” the victims mostly women and girls, continue to be reported.

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In many cases, people with disabilities are not able or allowed to leave their homes.In April, PNG’s Taskforce Sweep, a government anti-corruption initiative, successfully prosecuted prominent politician Paul Tiensten for misappropriating US$3.6 million in public funds. In June, following investigations by Taskforce Sweep, the PNG police fraud squad filed a warrant for the arrest of Prime Minister O’Neill for his alleged role in approving fraudulent payments from the PNG Finance Department to a Port Moresby law firm.O’Neill then sacked the attorney general and deputy police commissioner and ordered the disbandment of the taskforce.During the incident, many detainees sustained injuries and one detainee was beaten to death.Police allegedly entered firing their guns when violence broke out inside the facility. In May, then PNG Deputy Police Commissioner Simon Kauba denied any involvement of PNG police in the violence.The government deployed security forces to Porgera and other restive areas of the highlands in 2014 as part of a state of emergency.

This led to allegations of violent abuses including the destruction of homes around Porgera—allegations that mirror abuses linked to similar deployments in the past.

The Police Commissioner was arrested and convicted on contempt of court charges and subsequently retired.

O’Neill’s lawyers won a stay of the warrant for his arrest and Sam Koim, the head of Taskforce Sweep, obtained a National Court order preventing the government from disbanding it.

Police officials later condemned the abuse and said the incident was being investigated.

Members of PNG’s notorious paramilitary police units (Mobile Squads), detention center staff, and local residents were implicated in excessive use of force in quelling protests in February 2014 at the Manus Island detention center, which holds asylum seekers transferred by Australia for refugee status determination and resettlement.

Despite Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) current extractives-led economic boom, an estimated 40 percent of the country lives in poverty.