Former President of the Republic of Peru, Fujimori, goes to detention on January 29 at 13:04 for allegedly receiving illegal funds
Former President of Peru, South America's former president, Fujimori, opposition leader Keiko Fujimori has been detained for 15 months on Wednesday on suspicion of receiving large amounts of fraudulent funds from a major construction company. Was. Mr. Fujimori had just been detained and released for over a year until November last year on another charge.
Peruvian prosecutor officials named Keiko Fujimori, the eldest daughter of Alberto Fujimori, who was the first Japanese president in the 1990s in Peru in South America in the 1990s, and who has run for the presidential election for 15 months. Announced detention.
Prosecutors said the reason for the detention was that they were suspected to have received fraudulent funds of approximately 100 million yen in Japanese yen from a major Brazilian construction company, which could destroy evidence.
Keiko Fujimori had been detained for 13 months without a formal trial before being alleged to have received fraudulent money from the same construction company, and was released last November. It was just new.
In Peru, the ruling party was in intense opposition to Keiko's opposition, which holds the majority of the parliament, but in the parliamentary election on Tuesday, the opposition lost a majority, reducing Keiko's political influence. Has been pointed out.