Ollanta Humala: seven witnesses will be questioned on Monday, July 18 in a money laundering trial

Ollanta Humala: seven witnesses will be questioned on Monday, July 18 in a money laundering trial

This was ordered by Judge Nayko Coronado, of the Third National Collegiate Criminal Court, who today, Tuesday, July 12, questioned Rosario Castañeda as a witness.< /h2>

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Ollanta Humala: seven witnesses will be questioned on Monday, July 18 in a money-laundering trial of assets

This was ordered by Judge Nayko Coronado, of the Third National Collegiate Criminal Court, who today, Tuesday, July 12, questioned Rosario Castañeda as a witness.

The Judiciary will question seven witnesses on Monday, July 18, in the context of the oral trial against former president Ollanta Humala, the former first lady Nadine Heredia and others for the alleged crime of money laundering.

This was ordered by Judge Nayko Coronado, of the Third National Collegiate Criminal Court, who today, Tuesday, July 12, held another hearing in this case, in which Rosario Castañeda was questioned as a witness.

The next hearing will begin at 09:00. 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.

The source of the financing of the electoral campaign would be the product of acts of corruption, since 2.5% of the value of the work was allocated to Improving the Resolution Capacity of Health Services Hospital Antonio Lorena Level lll-l Cusco, after said work was awarded to the OAS company.

Humala Tasso is credited with allocating part of the tainted money to financing the 2011 election campaign Nationalist Party, made with his wife, in complicity with Mario Julio Torres Aliaga, then treasurer of this political organization.

2006 electoral candidacy

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 that 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$400,000, product of alleged acts of corruption in Brazil. .

In this regard, Martín Belaunde Lossio would have personally received said money, temporarily guarding it until its subsequent delivery to Ilan Heredia Alarcón, by order is from Nadine Heredia.