Peruvian government in South America said last month that former President Alberto Fujimori, who had had heart surgery after leaving his prison, may consider a humanitarian amnesty if his health worsens. I made it.

Former President Alberto Fujimori of Peru left the prison in prison last month and was admitted to a hospital in Lima for heart surgery, but his eldest daughter, Keiko, had an urgent examination last week because the situation did not improve after the surgery. It is clear that he received it.

Under these circumstances, Peru's Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Torres, announced on the 16th that he would consider whether to give amnesty from a humanitarian point of view if doctors judge that Mr. Fujimori's health condition is serious to the local media. I made it.

"Mr. Fujimori's crimes are very serious," said Torres, the Minister of Justice and Human Rights. "If he is seriously ill, it makes sense from a humanitarian point of view to die at home." If there is an offer from, we will start considering the amnesty.

Mr. Fujimori was convicted of 25 years in prison for murdering civilians by commanding security forces.

In 2017, the then President of Peru granted an amnesty for reasons such as poor health, but since then the Supreme Court canceled it and he has been imprisoned again in prison and has been repeatedly hospitalized for several years for treatment.