Peru’s anti-corruption prosecutor seeks 30-year prison term for candidate Keiko Fujimori

Another 41 members of the conservative FP have been accused as part of an investigation into alleged illegal contributions to Fujimori's past presidential campaigns.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru's anti-corruption prosecutor Jose Domingo Perez said, on Thursday, March 11th, that he had requested a minimum 30-year prison sentence for presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori, leader of the Popular Force (FP) party, who stands accused of accepting illicit campaign funds in the past.

Another 41 members of the conservative FP party have been accused as part of an investigation into alleged illegal contributions to Fujimori's failed past presidential campaigns.

Perez has also accused them of obstructing justice and making false statements during judicial proceedings.

According to the indictment presented by Perez, the . . .

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