Dominican Republic widens probe into Odebrecht US$92M graft case


Santo Domingo.- The widened investigation into the US$92 million in bribes that Odebrecht paid in the country will not go to a trial process that is heard in an ordinary court against six defendants, Anticorruption (Pepca) prosecutor Wilson Camacho said. Sun. The official was referring to the so-called Odebrecht 2.0 investigation that the Justice Ministry has undertaken – of which no details have yet been given about its progress or names – in response to a request by the defense of the accused Andrés Bautista in the sense of that the judges postpone hearing the case until a supplementary investigation is carried out. “The Public Ministry has told the country that there will be an extension of the investigation of the Odebrecht case, in fact, it has said that there […]

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