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El Troudi later said that his relatives, whom local media have reported are his wife and mother-in-law, had nothing to do with the case. Earlier this year, the prosecutors sought the arrest of Odebrecht Venezuela chief Euzenando Azevedo, but he has not yet been captured and is presumed to have already left the country. President Nicolas Maduro has publicly said that those responsible for the embezzlement must be punished. But the investigation has moved particularly slowly through the justice system, in contrast to other countries in the region where similar bribery took place.
Odebrecht has left at least 23 multi-million dollar projects unfinished or stalled in Venezuela, according to company and government documents, interviews with over two dozen workers, and site visits. Still, a political showdown between the government and the prosecutor might be hastening investigations. Prosecutor Luisa Ortega is clashing with the leftist government, and her office appears to have sped up accusations of high-profile Socialist Party officials, security officials, and oil executives in the last month.
She has said she would resist such a move. Discover Thomson Reuters. Directory of sites. United States. Business News. The corporate logo of Odebrecht is seen inside of one of its offices in Mexico City, Mexico May 4,
Venezuela to indict relatives of ex-minister over Odebrecht bribe scheme
Enter your email address to subscribe to free headlines and great cartoons so every email has a happy ending! About us. Who's Who. Venezuela Links. Brazilian investigators determined that it was in Venezuela where Odebrecht paid the most kickbacks, more than in any of the other dozen countries in which the Brazilian company operated. Both women have to appear before the national attorney 55, Pedro Lupera, on July 27th at 9 a. RSS Feed.