On Wednesday, December 15, 2010, in order to finance the presidential campaign of Keiko Fujimori, the party offered 13 prizes in a raffle, but only one was delivered, informed La República.
An investigation made it clear that there was a series of facts that did not add up together properly, like the fact that the winner of the raffle was the wife of the spokesman of the Fujimorist party, Jorge Trelles Montero.
“Interestingly, one day before the second round of 2011, when the polls indicated that Humala would defeat Keiko Fujimori, Yoshiyama reported that thieves entered his residence and took away his computers, in which he kept confidential information, such as the accounting information of the campaign,” wrote La República.
In addition, Yoshiyama never delivered the unsold tickets of the raffle, as well as information on those that were in fact, supposedly sold.
Also, according to the Brazilian Jorge Barata, Odebrecht gave Jaime Yoshiyama and Augusto Bedoya Cámere $1 million US dollars at the end of 2010. At the time of the change, they represented more than 2 million 840 thousand soles.
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