Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal and Venezuela:
Brazil, 10 Other Countries Coordinate Odebrecht Probes. Combined task force will also cooperate with investigation centered on Petrobras contracts
The new task force will also cooperate with the so-called Operation Car Wash investigation of bid-rigging and bribery by Odebrecht and other construction companies for contracts with Brazilian state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA, or Petrobras.
The task force will work “on the recovery of assets and full compensation for damages caused by illicit activities, including the payment of fines, according to the legislation of each country,” prosecutors said in a statement. The accord was announced by the press department of Brazil’s attorney general, Rodrigo Janot.
As for Alejandro Toledo, Peru is in the process of filing an actual extradition request.
“Ecuador prosecutor reject Odebrecht information from Parana Public Minist’y because they lack Portuguese translators”
Fiscalía ecuatoriana rechaza información de Odebrecht entregada por el Ministerio Público de Parana por no tener traductores del portugués pic.twitter.com/va0VcBVGJV
— christian zurita (@christianzr) February 10, 2017