untitled design

Prosecutors seek nearly 31-year prison sentence for Keiko Fujimori in Peru

Peruvian prosecutors are seeking 30 or more years in prison for right-wing politician Keiko Fujimori, a three-time Peruvian presidential candidate who has gone on trial for money laundering in the much-vaunted Odebrecht scandal. “The sentence requested by the prosecution (to be imposed) against the accused Keiko Sophia Fujimori Iguchi is 30 years and 10 months in prison,” prosecutor Jose Domingo Perez summarized yesterday Tuesday, presenting the indictment. This is the heaviest penalty that the charges against her carry. According to the indictment, the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht paid Ms. Fujimori $1.2 million as part of a corruption scheme across Latin America to secure public contracts. Prosecutors charge Keiko Fujimori, 49, a three-time failed presidential candidate, with financing her campaigns in 2011 and 2016 with undeclared money she took from Odebrecht, money laundering, conspiracy and conspiracy, obstruction […]
Source: News Beast

You may also like

Get the latest

Stay Informed: Get the Latest Updates and Insights

 

Most popular