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Humala is the first former president to be indicted in relation to the affair, which has embroiled a number of other former heads of state.

Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht has admitted to paying US$29 million dollars in bribes in Peru between 2004 and 2015.

Attorney General Germán Juárez Atoche said Humala and Heredia are accused of “leading a criminal organisation to launder assets.”

The public prosecutor’s office is seeking a 20-year sentence for Humala and 26 for Heredia for “hiding real-estate purchases with Odebrecht money.”

Source: Buenos Aires Times | Odebrecht corruption probe: Ex-Peru president Humala and wife indicted