Public Prosecutor’s Office announces that collaboration agreement with Jorge Barata was revoked | Lava Jato | Odebrecht | | PERU

Public Prosecutor’s Office announces that collaboration agreement with Jorge Barata was revoked | Lava Jato | Odebrecht | | PERU
Public Prosecutor’s Office announces that collaboration agreement with Jorge Barata was revoked | Lava Jato | Odebrecht | | PERU

The Fifth National Preparatory Investigation Court revoked the effective collaboration agreement with Jorge Barataand revoked his status as an effective collaborator. He also ordered that the Prosecutor’s Office criminally accuse him in the corresponding criminal proceedings.

The court ruling comes after a court hearing in which prosecutor José Domingo Pérez demonstrated that the former Odebrecht official failed to comply with his obligation to testify as a witness during the trial against former President Ollanta Humala, the Public Prosecutor’s Office reported.

The court ruling issued by Judge Margarita Salcedo, which revokes the legal benefit, follows the complaint of non-compliance by Barata, made by prosecutor Pérez.

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The agreement with the Odebrecht company and its other former officials continues in full execution, having given their statements in the trials before the National Specialized Court of Justice.

He was expected to testify in the Cocktails case

Former Odebrecht executive in Peru, Jorge Barata He was going to be summoned to testify at the oral trial for the case “Cocktails” which follows Keiko Fujimori and others investigated for alleged contributions that the Brazilian construction company made to Fuerza Popular’s electoral campaign.

Before him Third National Collegiate Criminal Courtthe prosecutor of the Lava Jato team, José Domingo Pérez, announced that the former official of the construction company will attend as a witness to provide more details about the contributions he allegedly made for the 2011 presidential campaign.

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“Because Jorge Barata, superintendent of Odebrecht, will attend this oral trial to point out how the recruiters were sent by Keiko Fujimori to contribute US$ 1 million for her campaign, as well as other officials of said company,” said the prosecutor.

 
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