Indra denies any relationship with an alleged electoral fraud in the United States

Facade of Indra's headquarters located in Madrid, (Spain), on September 10, 2020. For the fifth consecutive year, Indra has been included in the FTSE4Good Index Series sustainability index, designed to provide investors with information on companies that comply with the best environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) practices around the world. Date: 09/10/2020. (FILE PHOTO)

The technology and consulting company Indra denied this Friday that it was behind an alleged fraud in the US presidential elections.

Rudolph Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and currently a lawyer for Donald Trump, has spoken of an alleged hack of machines related to the presidential process in the North American country.

In statements to the American television channel Fox, Giuliani has indicated that the Dominion company, which manages the software used in the electoral counting in some states, “is a company that is owned by another company called Smartmatic through an intermediary company called Indra “.

Indra sources have indicated to Europa Press that the multinational “has never had any contractual or commercial relationship” with these two companies, which are also its competitors, nor has it developed “any project for the management of electoral processes” with any of them.

Likewise, the same sources have stressed Indra “has not intervened in any way in the last presidential elections in the United States.”

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