Monday , November 23 2020

Lava Jato: Congressional plenary session on the final report is debated on Monday 5th



The plenary session of the congress will discuss Monday the final report by the Lava Jato Commission on alleged bribery of Brazilian construction companies such as Odebrecht's Peruvian officials.

The scheduled date for the plenary begins at 9 am and it only discusses this report on the basis of Parliament's report.

Before the debate, the head of the Lava Jato committee, Rosa Bartra (Fuerza Popular) supports a document that contains more than 1000 pages.

It should not be forgotten that a Lava Jato Commission After approval of the plenary session of the congress, it was abolished on 30 October.

The Committee examined the investigation of bribes, bribes and gifts allegedly committed in connection with concessions, works and projects awarded by Odebrecht, Camargo Correa, OAS, Andrade Gutiérrez, Queiroz Galvao and others.

The representatives of the Fuerza People's Congress have repeatedly been disappointed that the document is responsible for the former presidents of Alejandro Toledo, Ollanta Humala and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski. However, they would not hire Alan Garcia or Keiko Fujimori in the investigations.

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