Keiko Fujimori, leader of the Peruvian opposition, was released from the prison where she had been for over a year


Keiko Fujimori, an opposition politician and daughter of former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori, has been released from prison in Peru for more than a year, after being arrested on charges of illegal financing and money laundering. The decision was made by the Constitutional Court, with 4 votes in favor and 3 against. Fujimori, who is 44, is still accused of having received 1.2 million dollars (about 1 million euros) from the Brazilian multinational Odebrecht as funding for his party to be used in the election campaign. Fujimori denies any accusation.

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