In the agreement, Odebrecht agreed he paid emir in regard to six contracts, two sources said. « At no time did Odebrecht comply with its obligation to comply with the recommendations contained in its leniency agreement, » he said. « In addition to financial matters, Odebrecht has shown that the company has already changed its internal processes and attitudes, always seeking high standards of ethics, integrity and transparency. » In addition to its U.S. plea agreement, the company also entered into cooperation agreements with governments in eight Latin American countries, in which it promised to exchange information about its crimes in exchange for leniency or immunity. Many of the biggest revelations from the corruption department came to the same countries where Odebrecht had concluded cooperation agreements, such as Peru, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic. Odebrecht is at the center of Latin America`s biggest transplant scandal since it admitted in 2016, in a plea with U.S., Brazilian and Swiss authorities, that it bribed officials in a dozen countries to secure public works contracts, including $30 million in bribes in Peru. « In accordance with its obligations to justice, Odebrecht complied with the terms of the agreements signed with several countries and complied with the requirements of the designated authorities, » Odebrecht spokesman Rodrigo Vilar said in a statement to ICIJ. According to Operation Car Wash Attorney General Deltan Dallagnol, the clemency agreement contributed to « the greatest reward in the history of the world. »  Odebrecht and Braskem pleaded guilty and would pay fines of $3.5 billion, or 12 billion reals, 80 percent of which would go to Brazil.  In 2016, Odebrecht pleaded guilty to allegedly conspiring to violate U.S. bribery laws and entered a plea with the DOJ. The company allegedly paid hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes to officials in Brazil and abroad to secure lucrative infrastructure contracts between 2001 and 2016, according to the plea agreement. The terms of Odebrecht`s U.S.
plea require him to « cooperate fully with the Department of Justice in all matters related to the conduct described in this agreement, » as well as with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies, at the request of the Department of Justice. The company must « disclose in all truth all information knowingly » that is not protected by law and recognize all other crimes of the past that it uncovers during the duration of the plea. The agreement allows Odebrecht to continue working in Peru in exchange for its leaders, evidence against Peruvian officials and politicians who allegedly received bribes for nearly 20 years. www.wsj.com/articles/brazils-odebrecht-agrees-to-extend-monitorship-for-another-nine-months-11580859505 The three sources told Reuters that the plea was signed with Peruvian authorities in the early hours of Saturday, after 12 hours of final negotiations between representatives of the prosecutor`s office, the attorney general`s office and Odebrecht in Peru. Odebrecht said it had shared the documents with U.S. and Brazilian authorities at the time of its plea and is working fully with prosecutors. According to the court, Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht SA has agreed to extend surveillance and other conditions of its plea with the US Department of Justice by nearly nine months. In a letter to Attorney General William Barr, Rubio cited the investigation by the Investigative Journalists Department into whether Odebrecht had complied with its obligations under a 2016 agreement to fully disclose all of its illegal activities to U.S., Brazilian and Swiss authorities.