Peru's Justice Ministry (Minjus) did not participate in the
, Lava Jato case's Ad Hoc State Attorney Jorge Ramirez indicated on Monday.
Likewise, the Attorney's Office estimated the civil reparation amount
concerning the crimes the Brazilian company had allegedly committed.
"We expect to collect the remainder from other businesses and natural persons involved (in the case)," he told RPP radio and TV station.
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.