In the framework of the investigations into the Odebrecht case, the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) published on Sunday, July 11, a modification to the norm to prevent any company related to corrupt acts from being excluded from the Reactiva Peru charity program.
In this sense, the companies that have maintained ties in the Lava Jato case, will not be able to access the benefits of the program that promotes the portfolio of Minister Maria Antonieta Alba (MEF) during the State of Emergency due to the outbreak of coronavirus (covid- 19). Therefore, the legal entities involved in the aforementioned case will not enjoy such benefit.
Regarding the control actions by the Cofide over the provision of credits, this entity must now use a collaboration mechanism with the Judiciary, the Prosecutor’s Office and the State Attorney General’s Office. Therefore, from now on, companies or representatives requesting credits must first present an affidavit, in which they affirm that they have no investigation links for corruption.
Through the Management investigations, it can be learned that said modifications were mentioned by one of the members of the Ad Jus Prosecutor’s Office in the Lava Jato case, Silvana Carrios, who issued a request to the Attorney General’s Office in a statement