This opposition politician, who is the daughter of former President Alberto Fujimori, is accused of receiving illegal money from Brazilian company Odebrecht to finance her 2011 and 2016 campaigns.
After 28 months of investigation, Prosecutor Jose Perez formalized his accusation against Keiko and 40 people for organized crime, money laundering, obstruction of justice, and false declaration in administrative proceedings.
Her husband Mark Vito and several of her closest collaborators are among the accused. The prosecutor also requested the Popular Force party to be dissolved in case a court convicts its leader.
#Peru's Superior Court ruled out a request by the Prosecutor's Office to disqualify the right-wing party Popular Force (FP) led by Keiko Fujimori for alleged illegal contributions received from the Brazilian company Odebrecht.https://t.co/eiRKcvSxvm