Prime Minister Peter O’Neill informed parliament about a letter atthe Centre ofthe alleged payment of millions of kina to a law firm.
The leader of opposition tabledthe letter on Thursday alleging it was written bythe Prime Minister approvingthe payments.
Mr O’Neill toldthe housethe tone and style ofthe letter departed drastically from his letters to ministers or departmental heads andtherefore had been forged.
The Prime Ministersexplanation wasthe first agenda during Fridays sitting.
He saidthe manner in whichthe opposition leader carrlied himself was of concern describing it as Kangaroo style of lLeadersip.
He clariflied thatthe letter in question was not written by him stating he had a certain way of addressing his subjects.
He said Beldan Namah’should not use parliamentary privilege to misleadthe public. The letter should have been referred tothe privileges committee.
The opposition leader was not present in parliament on Friday.