Sérgio Cabral is denounced by the 20th time in Operation Lava Jet

The former governor already has four convictions by the Federal Court.
04/01/2018 15h24 - Updated 4/01/2018 15h24
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Ana Cristina Campos - Brazil Agency

The Federal Public Ministry (MPF) in Rio de Janeiro presented another complaint involving the former governor Sergio Cabral for accepting bribes. This is the 20th complaint against Cabral: one was presented by the task force Operation Lava Jet in Curitiba and other 19 MPF hair no Rio, like Curitiba operation of unfolding. The former governor already has four convictions by the Federal Court.

They were also target of the complaint former Secretary of Hudson Braga Works, Wagner Jordan Garcia (appointed as financial operator of the criminal scheme), Alex Sardinha da Veiga (former coordinator of Middle Construction Company bids) and Geraldo Miranda Andrew Santos (director and current Middle administrator).

Prosecutors claim that this new complaint as a result of the Marauder and Calicut operations covers criminal scheme of corruption around the contracts awarded by the state government of Rio to the Middle builder.

According to the complaint, at least among 2010 e 2014, Cabral, by means of Braga and Garcia, requested and received bribes from Alex Geraldo Sardinha and André. Generally, the charge was 1% two contracts.

"Indeed, the payment of bribes in relation to public works carried out by the government of Rio de Janeiro in managing Sergio Cabral and Hudson Braga was widespread, that certainly generated the payment of tens of millions of reais in kickback ", say prosecutors in the complaint.

In 21 from December, Cabral was denounced other twice with the former Chief of Staff Regis Fichtner and entrepreneur Georges Sadala. They were also the target of two complaints Luiz Carlos Bezerra and Carlos Wilson, what, according to the MPF, were the organization's operators.

The report is trying to contact the East construction and the defense of the accused.


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