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|Sunday, February 11, 2001, updated at 17:23(GMT+8)|
Peru's Congressional Panel to Accuse Officials Involved in CorruptionPeru's congressional investigation commission said Saturday that it will accuse 10 officials connected to former presidential advisor Vladimiro Montesinos.
The commission's Vice President Carlos Cuaresma said that the identities of those accused will be made public in a report being prepared by the commission, which is still conducting an investigation on Montesinos's bank accounts.
The commission has already brought charges against a number of former ministers and members of the armed forces linked to the Montesinos case.
The president of the commission, David Waisman, also said that the names of other three suspected Montesinos's accomplices, who had reportedly transferred more than 30 million U.S. dollars out of the country, will be made public next week.
Montesinos, currently wanted by the Peruvian authorities, has been accused of embezzlement, drug trafficking, money laundering, arms smuggling and corruption. Waisman said that about 350 people have involved in the corruption net.
Waisman said Montesinos's secret bank accounts, both domestic and overseas, amount to about 1 billion dollars.
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