"We have investigated the criminal charge and no element of proof (or evidence) has been presented to the court that allows us to say there has been an act of corruption by functionaries in our sector (ministry). The name or names of the people who have allegedly been bribed aren't even mentioned."
"Anyone can bring a criminal charge, but for the sake of seriousness evidence should be presented and names of the functionaries being accused. Here we begin from the principle of presumption of innocence of all our functionaries, here there is no favouritism. But now that the investigation has been opened we will offer all the help necessary to the investigation that will be conducted by the public prosecution investigators. If they determine there has been a criminal or administrative event, we will proceed using the full force of the law, as is due."
UPDATE: The El Comercio report is now on its website, link right here.