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Civil servants were charged with irregular contracting in San Vicente de Chucurí (Santander) | 29 , May 2013 | 7:46 PM | Bulletin 3351
Bucaramanga (Santander).

Before a Supervising Judge in Bucaramanga – Santander, a Prosecutor of the National Anti-Corruption Unit laid charges against former civil servants of the Mayor’s Office of the municipality of San Vicente de Chucurí, Santander and some contractors in the region for the offenses of embezzlement, contract without compliance with the legal requirements and forgery of […] See more

Former officials of Fiduagraria have been captured for embezzlement and unlawful signing of contracts | 13 , March 2013 | 10:33 AM | Bulletin 2766

Units of the Technical Investigation Team (CTI) of the Office of the Attorney General have captured César Augusto Torres Suescun and Pedro Alejandro Martínez Gómez, who were required by the 17 Prosecutor of the National Anti-Corruption Unit for the alleged commission of embezzlement and unlawful signing of contracts. During 2006, Torres and Martinez who served […] See more

Individuals sentenced for Cajanal defrauding | 13 , December 2012 | 5:05 PM | Bulletin 2220

Four responsible got a 10 and 11 years in prison sentence by 50 Criminal Court of the Circuit of Bogotá for the offenses of embezzlement and falsification of a public document in Cajanal defrauding case. In the same decision, the sentenced individuals were fined by the judge for 4,875 million pesos. The decision affected the […] See more

First convictions of damages to the slabs of “Transmilenio” | 10 , October 2012 | 5:11 PM | Bulletin 1983

Taking into account the statement of a Prosecutor assigned to the National Anti-corruption Unit, the 45 Circuit Criminal Judge in charge of streamlining backlogged cases in Bogotá has convicted the former Director of the Urban Development Institute (in Spanish: IDU), Andrés Camargo of culpable embezzlement and improper conclusion of contracts to 85 months in prison. […] See more

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