Former Odebrecht representative in Peru Jorge Barata is committed to providing over 4,000 pages from the servers used by the construction company for
, Lava Jato Case Special Prosecution Group Coordinator Rafael Vela informed Tuesday.
According to the Prosecutor, the Drousys and My Web Day servers —utilized by the Division of Structured Operations— contain information on bribe payment operations and the money's route, which will enable the identification of the final recipients.
During the second part of today's interrogations
, Barata answered questions about cash payments and the payments supported by the systems' documents —evidence Odebrecht has promised to hand over, within the collaboration agreement signed with Peru.
Likewise, Vela indicated the servers' data is being processed in accordance with the projects and the people under investigation.
Furthermore, Barata answered the questions posed by the attorneys of those under investigation.
As is known, the Brazilian construction giant admitted to having paid millions in bribes to government officials in Peru, in order to secure public-works contracts.
As a result, Odebrecht
benefited from over US$143 million between 2005 and 2014 in Peru, according to the U.S. Justice Department.