El Clarín detailed that Fujimori remains at the Office of the Prosecutor for the Cócteles case. Other 19 people have been detained as well.
Prosecutor José Domingo Pérez, in charge of the case, requested the arrest because the daughter of former President Alberto Fujimori had not attended summons from the money laundering prosecutor’s office.
The prosecutor attributes to Keiko Fujimori being the leader of a criminal structure within the political party Fuerza Popular, which receives illicit contributions of corruption and other crimes.
According to Prosecutor Perez, the contributions to the 2011 campaign of Keiko Fujimori had an irregular origin through phantom contributors.
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