BASURA CASE – 2011

What happened? On June 24, 2011, the Municipal Council of Maipú awarded KDM the bidding for the landfill for five years and a total cost of $10 billion. But after the bidding, the company Proactiva filed a lawsuit for bribery Read More

CERESITA CASE- 2012

What happened? This case derives from the formalization for bribery and falsification of a public instrument against the then Director of Works of the Municipality (DOM) of Recoleta, Carlos Reyes Villalobos, accused by two businessmen of the commune of requesting Read More

NATIONAL ACCREDITATION COMMISSION (NAC) CASE

What happened? In 2010, as president of the National Accreditation Commission (CNA), Luis Eugenio Díaz resorted to different forms of pressure to control and guarantee the accreditation of universities with which he had a contract or which ensured that he Read More

COLBÚN SALMON CASE – 2013

What happened? This case consists of the investigation for falsification of judgments that the brothers José and Miguel Iracheta Cartes, owners of the companies Salmones Colbún Limitada and Sociedad Agrícola Mecanizada Limitada, managed through third parties to register water rights Read More

ÁRIDOS MAGGI CASE – 2013

ÁRIDOS MAGGI CASE – 2013 What happened? In 2013, the Regional Directorate of Roads denounced irregularities detected in the execution of a contract between said agency and the company Áridos Maggi Ltda., for the supply of crushed material for the Read More

PENTA CASE – 2013

What happened? In October 2013, following an anonymous complaint, the fraud to the Taxable Profits Fund (FUT) was investigated, which was led by the former SII auditor, Iván Álvarez, who rectified taxpayers’ returns in exchange for a commission. For this, Read More

PEHUECHE CONSTRUCTION CASE – 2014

What happened? In January 2014, the legal chief of the Municipality of Santiago received a pendrive containing a video where the deputy chief of Paving, Sergio Droguett, was recorded with a hidden camera while receiving a bribe from the owner Read More

CAVAL CASE – 2015

What happened? This case became known in February 2015, after a publication of Qué Pasa magazine, which exposed that the company Caval, owned by Natalia Compagnon (spouse of Sebastián Dávalos, son of President Michelle Bachelet), had received a loan from Read More

SQM CASE – 2015

What happened? Within the framework of the investigation of the Penta case, the SII filed a criminal complaint for tax crimes against the former Undersecretary of Mining Pablo Wagner and his sister-in-law, María Carolina de la Cerda, for a bill Read More

CASO SQM – 2015

¿Qué pasó? En el marco de la investigación del caso Penta, el SII interpuso una querella criminal por delito tributario contra el ex subsecretario de Minería Pablo Wagner y su cuñada, María Carolina de la Cerda, por una boleta entregada Read More

ISOLUX-CORSÁN CASE – 2015

What happened? On April 20, 2015, the Center for Investigative Journalism, Ciper Chile, published a report revealing the irregularities behind the Spanish company Isolux-Corsán, which was awarded seven public works tenders. However, four of these were abruptly expired due to Read More

TECNODATA- ARMY CASE – 2018

What happened? The line of investigation “Tecnodata” is named after the supplier company of the Army (Importaciones y Exportaciones Tecnodata S.A.), to which the amounts were transferred to its current accounts and which subsequently delivered these amounts, either in cash Read More

ASEVERTRANS CASE – 2012

What happened? Asevertrans Limitada, owned by Jorge Frías, a local businessman, was accused of offering and materializing economic benefits to several city councilors in order to obtain the extension and renewal of a contract for the administration of the municipal Read More

CORPESCA CASE – 2013

What happened? Corpesca began to be investigated in 2013, for illegal financing of politics, which would have been managed by its general manager, Francisco Mujica, between 2009 and 2013, through payments to parliamentarians in exchange for favoring the company in Read More