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Montevideo, November 16th 2018 - 16:03 UTC
The Brazilian firm Odebrecht, under investigation in 12 countries for bribing government officials, has found a loophole in Argentina's legal system to sue state-owned water supplier AySA. Read full article
A story worth science-fiction qualification.
The AySA authorities in place during the Macri government signed a contract addendum that made possible Odebretch's lawsuit.
Watch now for president Macri's orders to prosecute current Aysa president José Luis Inglese, for opening this window of opportunity for Odebretch.
Additionally, MercoPress story left out the following text included in the original BAE Negocios story:
”Argentina not only shares with Venezuela and Angola the rare privilege of not having yet submitted to legal process the executives of the Brazilian Odebretch for briberies paid for 12 years to win public works contracts (including Argentina).”
When you think you already know who is who in the Macri government, they still manage to surprise you.
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