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Contractors involved in corruption scheme contracted almost half a billion in the Cesar PAE

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Contractors involved in corruption scheme contracted almost half a billion in the Cesar PAE

After work carried out by the monitoring and control group of the School Feeding Program, PAE, in 2016, The Ministry of Education announced the existence of 3 networks that operated school feeding, and had contracts for more than half a billion pesos in the Atlantic coast and North of Santander.

Context: Supreme Court convicted Luis Alberto Monsalvo for irregularities in the PAE

That year, the Ministry was in charge of Gina Parody. The entity identified that Katia Elena Pink Murillo, Ivis Pink Oaks and Maria Angelica Araujothrough foundations, consortia, temporary unions and entities related to them, have entered into school feeding contracts since 2007 for an approximate amount of $449,613 million.

These contracts have been made through foundations such as the Corporation for the Development of the Serranía del PerijáBODYTemporary Union in the Golden Years (Wakuzari – Corperijá), Golden Years Consortium (Corperijá – Provenir Foundation – Provide New Millennium)New Country Consortium, Asoalimentarce – Association of Food Handlers of Cesar, Consortium Feeding a More Educated Caesar (Asoalimentarce – Kabala) and Comprehensive Social Action Foundationbefore (Kábala) and before (Fundación Pa Todo El Mundo).

Throughout its operation, this network has had Katia Rose, Ivis of Carmen Rose and Maria Angelica Araujo Walnut as legal representatives.

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Ivis del Carmen Rosado y María Angélica Araujo Noguera They appear as legal representatives of the consortium that won the PAE in 2015, a contract for which the Supreme Court convicted former governor Luis Alberto Monsalvo in the first instance.

In the verifications of that contract, the Prosecutor’s Office identified inconsistencies such as lack of previous studies, rigged and deficient pre-documents, and alleged omissions of the law’s requirements. These actions would have generated embezzlement amounting to $3,172 million.

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