At a press conference yesterday in Quito, the representative of the extinct Institutional Renewal Party of National Action (Prian), Freddy Bravo, said that the banks that will finance the subway would not deliver the resources to an enterprise that is currently under investigation for alleged corruption. Continuing the work with Odebrecht he said, would strike down the possibility of construction.
Bravo also showed a series of documents of the Prosecution, the Comptroller and the Attorney General of the State to ensure that the transnational construction company was not one of the most responsible suppliers in Ecuador. These allegations, however, have already been treated by the central government in 2008.
The construction of the subway took a new direction last week, with the delivery of sovereign guarantees for $ 440 million to the Municipality of Quito by the Government.
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