They reveal that Juan Silva would have shielded a Chinese company so that it does not lose a contract with the State

They reveal that Juan Silva would have shielded a Chinese company so that it does not lose a contract with the State

A Panorama report revealed that the allegedly he would have helped a Chinese company, when it was part of a consortium, not to lose a contract with the State, despite the fact that it had presented false documentation.

This is the work to improve the Santa María, Santa Teresa highway and the Machupicchu Hydroelectric Bridge. The project includes a tunnel and has a cost of S/ 500 million. The companies China Civil Engineering Construction, Associated Construction and Consulting Group and China Railway Tunnel Group They belong to this consortium, and were mentioned by lobbyist Karelim López as alleged beneficiaries of the alleged mafia within the MTC.

The Sunday detailed that, despite having declared the nullity of the contract with Chinese Civil Engineering for violating the principle of truthfulness by submitting false documentation, a precautionary measure has caused this provision to be frozen.

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Likewise, it was reported that the State has disbursed almost 50% of the total cost of the work and in the case of the highway there is only an advance of 4.45%, when it should be almost 50%.

The president of the Commission of Transports and Communications of the Congress, Alexander Soto (Alliance for Progress), assured that Provías Nacional ordered that the contract with the Chinese company be annulled, but that Silva Villegas would have shielded them.

Mr. Juan Silva ordered the head of Provías Nacional to back down (…) because Provías Nacional had said that the contract be annulled (…) but Provías also made an error, because there is the report from the head of Administration that says that the money given is not justified by the progress of the work. There were two reasons to cancel the contract”, Soto told the Sunday show.

Likewise, Panorama showed a document on the agreement between National Provias and China Civil Engineering for the company to continue with the execution of the work.

“Regarding the nullity of the contract, they agree that the parties, Provías Nacional and the executing company China Civil Engineering Construction, will be submitted to the process of extrajudicial transaction for approval in the arbitration process in order to render the contract null and void.”, the document reads.


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