Report of PF says Lula and Marisa Leticia oriented reform kitchen siteThe property is attended by the former president and family target of investigations of Operation Lava Jato, that clears the suspicion that the works were paid by the construction company OAS, is investigated in the operation.
The Federal Police (PF) You sent yesterday (28) the federal judge Sergio Moro, responsible for Operation Lava Jato, report which states that former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and the former first lady Marisa Leticia guided the reforms in Sitio Santa Barbara, Atibaia (SP).
The property is attended by the former president and family target of investigations of Operation Lava Jato, that clears the suspicion that the works were paid by the construction company OAS, is investigated in the operation.
Second esearchers, reforms began after the purchase of property by entrepreneurs Fernando Bittar and Jonas Suassuna, when "they were developed the first architectural designs to accommodate the former President family's needs". According to the PF, the execution of the work was coordinated by an architect of the OAS, "With knowledge of the President of the OAS, Leo Pinheiro ".
in the report, experts cite the works that were carried out, among them a kitchen valued at R $ 252 one thousand. The estimate is that were spent R $ 1,7 million, adding the purchase of the site (R$ 1,1 million) to reform (R$ 544,8 one thousand).
“Experts point to substantial evidence that the Gourmet Kitchen was renovated and installed between the approximate period from March to June 2014, and was accompanied by architect OAS, under Leo Pinheiro command [former president of contractor] e, reportedly in the Construction Architect communications, with guidance of former President Lula and his wife”, says report excerpt.
in a statement, Lula Institute denied again that the former president is the owner of the site. "The former president has always acted within the law before, during and after the Presidency, so it is recognized in surveys as the best president in the history of Brazil ", the statement said.