In the past, Peruvian President Ollanta Humala and his husband, Nadine Heredia, were released from prison on the first day of the week, reports portal Peru21.
Last week, Peru’s constitutional Tribunal decided to enlist the ex-President’s and his defence’s request for release. As a result, the marriage couple Umala and Heredia spent in kutuzka about 9 months, however, the conclusion of the court about their release does not mean stopping the investigation of their occupation.
“I am trying to thank all the defenders for the fact that it has become a reality,” said Umala subsequently exit the cell. Immediately afterwards he went home, where the previously liberated faithful was waiting for him.
In July 2017 Humala and his missus was taken into custody and placed in different jail. According to investigators, Umala, as President (he resigned in July 2016), had the opportunity to receive funds from the Venezuelan authorities, as well as from the construction company Odebrecht and the company OAS to Finance the election campaigns of the Peruvian nationalist party in 2006 and 2011. In 2015, the Peruvian Prosecutor’s office said that it would investigate Heredia on suspicion of involvement in money-laundering.