translated from Spanish: Zebadúa and underlings operated alleged overseas diversions

Emilio Zebadúa, former Senior Officer of Sedatu and Sedesol, and two of his underlings operated a network of million-dollar diversions through deposits in eight countries amounting to 66.1 million pesos between 2014 and 2015. 
According to the investigation by the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic (FGR), the countries to which the transfers were made – and to which international applications have already been made – are China, South Korea, Pakistan, Ecuador, the United States, Denmark, Israel and Belgium, according to the reform newspaper. 
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The detours took hold while Rosario Robles was at the helm of both secretariats and is part of the diversion scheme of La Estafa Maestra with which more than 7 billion pesos were diverted through contracts between units and universities.
The other two Zebadúa subalterns who participated in the alleged diversion of resources are Claudia Gabriela Morones Sánchez who was Material Resources and General Services and Enrique Prado Ordóñez who was director of Acquisitions and Contracts, both in the Sedatu and Sedesol.
Both would have operated transfers – payment of two agreements – between Sedesol and Hidalgo Radio and Television (RTH), which subcontracted seven companies to make international transfers, Reforma details. 
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In those years, Reforma details, companies outsourced by Hidalgo Radio and Television (RTH) exchanged the peso amounts for dollars and deposited them into accounts of the aforementioned countries.
According to research by the Federation’s Superior Audit and the FGR, transfers were made through Banco Monex and CI Banco.
Officials participated in foreign exchange and international transfers to conceal the origin of the resources, according to the indegatory.
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