“Of this amount, $1.3 million US dollars were deposited to the ‘offshore’ Ammarin Investment Inc., of the former vice president of Petroperú Miguel Atala Herrera”, El Comercio said.
As stated by Atala, the money he received from Odebrecht was used to purchase a plot of land in El Agustino, destined for the Lima subway line 1. “However, according to information from the servers of the Structured Operations Sector (Petty Box 2) of the company, these payments were for the Interoceánica Sur highway”, informed El Comercio.
It was later known that “Chalán” is Nava Guibert, who was also minister of Production during the last period of the Aprista second administration.
“The Odebrecht Structured Operations Sector made another 19 payments to Nava, according to IDL Reporteros report. Six of these transfers were charged to the Southern Interoceanic highway project”, El Comercio revealed.
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