Local April 9, 2018 | 1:10 pm

Greens work to keep Odebrecht corruption case in the news

Dirty duo?Former Brazil president L. I. Lula-da-Silva, president D. Medina

Santo Domingo.- The Green March on Tuesday will start in front of the Supreme Court and the Justice Ministry a series of talks analyses, oversight and citizen mobilization to maintain public attention on the Odebrecht corruption case and on the officials, political and business leaders indicted in the graft and bribery scandal.

The Greens said the actions are a countdown to launch the “Let’s talk about Odebrecht,” where specialists Ricardo Nieves and Fabián Melo will identify all lawmakers, officials and former officials since 2001, whom -according to Brazil authorities, are lined to thebribes, ballooned costs and illegal campaigns financing by the multinational mafia.

“The file submitted by Justice minister Jean Alain Rodríguez is very limited, and is an expression of the interests of the regime of corruption and impunity that affects our country. That’s why in Green March, with solid data and arguments, we will point out those who are excluded, those who seem untouchable, but have a lot to answer to Justice and the citizens of this Republic because they are possibly related to overvaluations, money laundering and illegal campaign financing, ” the Greens said in a statement.

They also announced the “green days” on April 22 and May 22 nationwide and abroad when they’ll explain the details of the Odebrecht case and its importance to achieve the end of impunity.

The Greens said additional information is in the social network accounts @findelaimpunidadRD and hash tag #HablemosdeOdebrecht

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