Dominican Republic: Ten years in prison requested for those accused of receiving bribes from Brazil’s Embraer

The company paid the Dominican state US$7 million in 2018 after admitting that it paid bribes of US$3.5 million to secure the sale to the country of the planes, the then-attorney general of the Republic, Jean Alain Rodríguez, said at the time.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On May 3, the Dominican Republic's Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office requested ten years in prison and a fine of US$7 million for those accused of allegedly receiving bribes from Brazil's Embraer in the process of selling 8 Super Tucano airplanes to the Dominican . . .

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