Gloria Arroyo, the former president, faces renewed charges that she personally gained $35 million from a $329 million contract given to a Chinese telecommunication company, ZTE Corp., in 2007, according to a complaint that was filed by the nation’s top anti-corruption body.

Mrs. Arroyo, who is currently a member of the House of Representatives, defeated three attempts to impeach her during her tenure and was cleared of corruption charges over the ZTE contract in 2009 because of presidential immunity. She joins her predecessors, Joseph Estrada and Ferdinand Marcos, who also faced corruption charges upon leaving office.