Peru convicts ex-Prosecutor General who tried to obstruct Odebrecht case investigations

He has also been linked to a corruption network in the Judiciary known as "The White Collars of the Port".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Peruvian court on Tuesday (7) sentenced former Peruvian Attorney General Pedro Chávarry to four years of suspended imprisonment (without entering jail) for attempting to boycott the investigations of the special team following the Odebrecht case in Peru, whose leaders he dismissed at the end of 2018.

The decision was made by Judge Hugo Nuñez, who found Chávarry guilty of the crime of actual concealment and ordered his disqualification from holding public office for 4 years and the payment of a civil reparation of 100,000 soles (US$24,390).

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