Police officers and court bailiffs appeared at a house belonging to former Peruvian President Ollanta Humala and his wife Nadine Heredia in Lima on Tuesday to seize the property following a court decision. According to reports, four other properties of Humala are to be confiscated by the state. Meanwhile, dozens of protesters staged a rally in support of the former President and his spouse... Еще, calling for «dignity» for Humala and «to stop judicial harassment». The property seizure comes one week after a high court in Peru ruled that Humala and his wife would be freed from detention while prosecutors resume corruption investigations. In July 2017, the couple was arrested on charges of undeclared funds, allegedly having taken money from late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez for his presidential bid in 2006, as well as $3 million (€2.48 million) from the head of Brazilian construction company Odebrecht for his 2011 presidential campaign.