A trio of Popular Force politicians tied to the Odebrecht scandal will not be leaving the country anytime soon, per a Peruvian Judicial Branch ruling Sunday that has barred them Full Article »
After a former Odebrecht executive told investigators recently that the scandal-ridden company donated money to President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s 2011 election campaign, the leader of Peru took to the airwaves Full Article »
On the heels of Odebrecht’s far-reaching corruption case, the Peruvian government is seeking $1.1 billion in restitution from the Brazilian engineering conglomerate. Jorge Ramírez, Peru’s ad hoc attorney assigned to Full Article »
After continuously denying any link between himself and the Brazilian company Odebrecht, President Kuczynski admitted on Saturday that he worked as a financial adviser for an irrigation project owned by Full Article »
This week four former and current executives of Peruvian construction companies associated with the Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht, have been detained pending trial.
Marcelo Odebrecht’s questioning by Peruvian prosecutors last week in Curitiba confirmed the financing of Keiko Fujimori’s campaign in 2011. However, the latest sources have revealed that President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski Full Article »
Marcelo Odebrecht, former CEO of Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, testified before Peruvian prosecutors for over four hours yesterday in Curitiba, Brazil.
Marcelo Odebrecht, former CEO of Brazilian construction company that bears his name, will be questioned today about Keiko Fujimori’s, Alan García’s and Ollanta Humala’s alleged links to the Odebrecht corruption Full Article »