Peruvian Congress' Lava Jato Commission found irregularities and alleged crimes during former Presidents Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's, Ollanta Humala's, and Alejandro Toledo's terms in office.
The report investigated alleged corruption acts involving the Brazilian company in the Inca country.
Within this framework, it links Humala (2011-2016) to the Olmos Irrigation Project, and Toledo (2001-2006) to the South IIRSA Project. Kuczynski (2016-2018) has been implicated in both of them.
Concerning Humala, the Lava Jato final report recommends filing a constitutional complaint against him for incompatible negotiation crimes.
He had allegedly participated in the transfer of money to benefit the H2Olmos Project
Furthermore, the report indicated South IIRSA Project's cost had been increased from US$810 million to US$3.163 billion.
In this sense, the commission found hints of collusion, proper passive bribery, influence peddling, and money laundering offenses allegedly committed by Alejandro Toledo for negotiating the contract with Odebrecht.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
Kuczynski had allegedly committed money laundering offenses while he had served as Economy and Finance Minister during Toledo's administration.
Additionally, Westfield Capital —a company closely linked to Kuczynski— had signed a contract with Odebrecht, and had also favored awardee Trasvase Olmos.
Therefore, he has also been accused of collusion, proper passive bribery, and incompatible negotiation.
The Congress' Lava Jato Commission is presided over by lawmaker Rosa Bartra, who belongs to Fuerza Popular, the party led by Keiko Fujimori