Will Supreme Court grant additional term to prosecute Odebrecht?? Or will people continue to CYA?



The Odebrecht case was now in the hands of the Supreme Court of Justice. This court must decide whether or not to grant an additional term to the investigation carried out by the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor to continue investigating bribes paid by the construction company in Panama.

The process remained in the Court because lawyers from three of the defendants appealed the decision of the First Superior Court to grant another five months to the prosecution to continue investigating.

Sources from the Judicial Branch confirmed to this media that those who filed the appeals were the lawyers of Luis Enrique and Ricardo Alberto Martinelli, and of the former Minister of Public Works, Federico Pepe Suáre.

On January 3, the First Superior Court, under the presentation of Judge Olga Rujano, received a constitutional guarantee protection presented by the prosecutor Zuleyka Moore to be granted more investigation time.

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