Argentina judge charges vice president in corruption case

[JURIST] Argentine federal judge Ariel Lijo on Friday charged [text, in Spanish] Amado Boudou with bribery and abusing his position in negotiations with the objective of obtaining benefits for himself and others. Boudou is accused of conducting business incompatible with Articles 256, 258 and 265 [text, in Spanish] of the Argentine penal code. According to Lijo’s investigation, Boudou and others created a shell company in order to purchase a failing printing company for the benefit of government contracts and certain…

Source: http://jurist.org/paperchase/2014/06/argentina-judge-charges-vice-president-in-corruption-case.php

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