The Rural Development Institute (INDER) reported its legal former director to the Public Ministry due to his apparent negligence and omission in trials where the company had to pay more than 7,200 million colones for expropriations to 12 property owners, located in indigenous territories.
It is a former official surnamed Garcia who, apparently, didn’t have sufficient elements to face legal proceedings that ended in millionaire payments.
The complaint is extended to 2 former judges surnamed Briceño and Porras, who after failing in legal proceedings against the entity, would have become advisors of other landowners who also expect a compensation.
The complaint also include two brothers surnamed Arauz. One serves as an independent lawyer and the other is an official from the National Commission on Indigenous Affairs (CONAIL). The complaints against them include irregularities in the awarding of certificates or expensive valuations during processes.