Prosecutors have established the indictment against the governor of Tarija, Óscar Montes, for alleged irregularities in the construction of a bicicross, motocross, cycling and karting complex when he was mayor of the region.
The information was provided by Departmental Prosecutor Wilson Tito, who said the complaint was filed by MP Edwin Rosas for crimes of negligence, lavish behavior, state damaging contracts and improper influence, reported journalist Mario Fernández fürz Erbol.
Deputy Rosas filed the complaint earlier this year. He accused Montes of having signed for the construction of the sports complex in 2013, but this had not been fulfilled. Then the legislature pointed out that it was a “ghost work”.
Prosecutor Tito pointed out that the project in this case amounts to 6 million bolivianos and the execution deadline is 300 calendar days.