Former President Ollanta Humala left Barbadillo prison facilities in Lima's Ate district on Monday at 6:15 PM (local time), nine months after being ordered to preventive detention.
Within the framework of this investigation, Peruvian Judge Richard Concepcion Carhuancho issued an 18-month preventive detention
order against the former presidential couple, which put them behind bars.
Last Thursday, Constitutional Court Head Ernesto Blume confirmed the ruling concerning the habeas corpus petition issued to secure Humala and Heredia's release to face trial out of prison.
This way, the ruling revokes preventive detention warrant on the couple.
As is known, Ollanta Humala served as President between 2011 and 2016. He was succeeded by Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who resigned the presidency in March 2018.