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Prosecutor will investigate Alexis Mera for the Odebrecht case – Ecuador Times

Date: Feb 6, 2019

The former legal secretary of the Presidency would have received $ 4.8 million for bribes from Odebrecht. The intermediary would be Carlos Pareja Cordero. The Prosecutor’s Office clarified on Monday, February 4, that he will not release Alexis Mera from investigations into the case of Odebrecht bribes.

Up till now, the Office of the Prosecutor is compiling the information provided in Brazil by former Vice President of Odebrecht for Latin America and Angola, Luis Mameri, who declared in mid-January before the Brazilian courts.