It looks like Hetq’s previous threat to name the corrupt agents that swindled millions of dollars from Armenia’s Nairit plant was ignored. Today, Hetq released the details on exactly who profited from the corruption, how they did it and what shell companies were used to cover it up.
What no one suspected, is that Hetq was working with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, the organization that was unknown to the average person until two days ago when they released a data set on offshore money 10 times the size of Wikileaks. That leak covers years of financial info on the super rich that hide money in the British Virgin Islands. Included in the list are family members of Azerbaijani President Aliyev.
It’ll be interesting to see what other fun corruption and embezzlement by Armenian oligarchs comes to light because of this leak. It’ll be more interesting to see what the authorities do about it.