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An investigation by DuPage sheriff's deputies led them to Morales, who was taken into custody later that same day without incident.
Morales recently took over the helm of PhilHealth after the institution drew flak, over the alleged loss of P154 billion of its funds due to overpayment and fraudulent transactions.
Pacquiao posted a photo of Morales' visit on his Twitter account.
Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario said Morales' denial of entry to Hong Kong was presumably due to the case that he and the former Ombudsman jointly filed before the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Chinese President Xi Jinping.
'This is part of our continuing efforts to locate and arrest all wanted persons still hiding in different areas of Region XI,' Morales said.
Morales, who took office as president in January 2017, said Tuesday that Taiwan and Guatemala are allies because they have shared values of peace and democracy.
Morales: "We are moved by your and Patricia's friendship and that of the Guatemalan people.
The commission and prosecutors are now questioning the financing of Mr Morales' 2015 campaign.
Morales also explained her decision to only come out now on her website (via (http://www.eonline.com/news/864410/actress-natalie-morales-comes-out-as-queer) E!
The owners of the company were the parents of a former girlfriend of President Morales' youngest son, Jose Manuel Morales Marroqum.
LA PAZ (CyHAN)- As many as 51.3 percent of Bolivians voted in a referendum against a constitutional amendment which would allow President Evo Morales to seek his fourth term in office in 2019, with 99.49 percent of the votes verified, according to the country's Supreme Electoral Tribunal.
Jimmy Morales, a former TV comedian who has never held office, swept to power in Guatemala's presidential election on Sunday after milking public anger over a corruption scandal that deepened distrust of the country's political establishment.