To quit this horrid act

Minera IRL: The Jaime Pinto bribery news…

…that sees a local judge in the Ollachea district charged by the State for receiving bribes from Pinto has so far only made it to a regional newspaper, “Sin Fronteras”. But as soon as the Peru national newspapers put two and two together and see that the quasi-State financing bank COFIDE is involved, this will become a chunkily sized corruption story. Here’s a photo of the dead tree version of yesterday’s (Nov 1) report in ‘Sin Fronteras’:
(PS: And yes, this does mean that the chances of this whole mess being cleared up quickly and in Minera IRL’s favour have just shot higher)


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