It is believed that the Brazilian construction company stores documentation of at least nine of the projects carried out in Peru.
For three years and a month, a private warehouse, located in the district of Pachacámac, guards and protects a voluminous Odebrecht documentary archive still unknown by the authorities investigating the Lava Jato case, according to information from Gestión.
It is believed that Odebrecht withdrew millions of papers from its offices in San Isidro, and delivered them to a company called Polysistemas, whose specialty is the storage and safekeeping of documents.
“They consisted of a total of 18,962 boxes full of administrative and labor-order documents, but also of contracts, subcontracts, work records, and above all, financial statements and accounting books.”, wrote Gestión.
Nevertheless, neither the Prosecutor’s Office nor the Lava Jato commission have examined this documentation, even after the construction company has stated that in these storage facilities documents such as contracts, technical documents, accounting information, and more, is filed.
Gestión cites a story by Cuarto Poder that says that this bunker stores information on at least nine projects carried out by Odebrecht in Peru, specifically “Lima Metro, Olmos Transfer, Olmos Irrigation, Costa Verde Route, Lima Route, South Interoceanic Highway, Ilo – Desaguadero Highway, Cañón del Pato Hydroelectric Plant and Vía Expresa Cusco.”, you can read on this website.
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