The commission wishes to ask Humala about his involvement with several projects linked to Odebrecht during the time he was President of Peru.
The Lava Jato Commission cited former President Ollanta Humala for more questioning this Monday, June 4.
The commission wants Humala to give his statement on the projects that, during his government, had the participation of the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, said El Comercio today.
The citation is scheduled for 9:30 am and it’s taking place as a result of the allegations of the company’s ex-CEO, Marcelo Odebrecht, who assured to have contributed $3 million US dollars for the campaign of Ollanta Humala in 2011.
“The commission intends to question Ollanta Humala for the projects of the South Peru Gas Pipeline, the improvement of the Antonio Lorena Hospital in Cusco, the Convention Center of Lima, among others”, said El Comercio.
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