The Third National Collegiate Criminal Court also summoned former congressman Álvaro Gutiérrez as a witness in the case on September 6.
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The Third National Collegiate Criminal Court decided to summon the former president, Alejandro Toledo(2001-2006), as a witness in the oral trial for the alleged crime of money laundering against former president Ollanta Humala, on August 22.
This was ordered by the collegiate, presided over by Judge Nayko Coronado, who also called former congressman Álvaro Gutiérrez as a witness in the case. b> for September 6. The next hearing was scheduled for July 4, starting at 9:00 a.m.
Three witnesses have been summoned on that date. In today's session, Tuesday June 28, Julia Romero Luján, Elsa Huamaní Núñez, Diego Vera Tudela Quincot, Gonzalo Padilla Benavides and David Yauri Benites gave their testimonies.
According to the prosecutor's thesis, Humala and Heredia are charged with the crime of money laundering for allegedly having received money from the Brazilian companies Odebrecht and OAS during the 2011 campaign.
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Humala Tasso is credited with allocating part of the tainted money to financing the electoral campaign of 2011 of the Nationalist Party, carried out with his wife, in complicity with Mario Julio Torres Aliaga, then treasurer of this political organization.
Electoral candidacy 2006
Another of the three accusations refers to the financing of the electoral campaign for the 2006 general elections. According to the investigations, the former presidential partner would have received money illegally extracted from the Venezuelan public treasury that was remitted by the late president Hugo Chávez, through the Venezuelan company Inversiones KA.
Other actors who allegedly financially supported said electoral campaign were the Brazilian companies Odebrecht and OAS, which supported Nadine Heredia and her husband with the sum of US$ 400 thousand, product of alleged acts of corruption in Brazil.
In this regard, Martín Belaunde Lossio reportedly personally received said money, temporarily guarding it until its subsequent delivery to Ilan He redia Alarcón, by order of Nadine Heredia.