RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The domino effect of the Odebrecht case this week affected top Peruvian government officials. All Ministers in President Martín Vizcarra's cabinet submitted their resignations on Thursday, following a political crisis that began Tuesday morning with the resignation of the Minister of Energy and Mines.
The controversy erupted a week ago when the Brazilian construction company brought an international lawsuit against the Peruvian state for the cancellation of a project to build a gas pipeline in the south of the country, which the government halted in 2017 for allegedly being tainted by corruption. Seven days . . .