The Brazilian construction firm, Odebrecht, delivered to the Peruvian prosecution information they had on their web servers used to keep a registry on the bribes given to State personnel.
According to information published by Sputnik News, on July 1 the delivery of nearly 400 pages of a total of 4,000 began. These are the documents that Jorge Barata, ex-director of Odebrecht in Peru, committed to delivering back in April.
The coordinator of the Lava Jato team, Rafael Vela, said that in these documents all of the operations of where the illicit money came from and went to is detailed.
“Barata, who is currently in Brazil, committed to delivering the information in the web servers Drousys and My Web Day once the Peruvian justice validated a collaboration agreement between Odebrecht and the Peruvian prosecution”, Sputnik News wrote.