Keiko Fujimori said that the accusations against her father are unfair


Keiko Fujimori, the oldest daughter of former president Alberto Fujimori, thinks that the accusations against her father will fall one after the other and assured that she feels very optimistic regarding to the future trials against her father.

Keiko, who arrived to Chile on Friday, visited her father on Saturday in the Escuela de Gendarmería, where he remains in custody and afterwards she gave an interview to the Chilean newspaper “El Mercurio”, where she stated that the "accusations are just unfair and that they will fall apart one after the other", and added that her father is victim of a political persecution and there aren’t "any evidence against my father in the accusations of human rights violations. In Peru we suffered of terrorism during 20 years and today it is a peaceful country. A country that has the possibility to progress", she emphasized. She added that her father is innocent and that "all the accusations will be answered thoroughly". Finally she said that it is just necessary to wait for the extradition process to continue.



Originally from Denmark, Carsten returned to Peru in 2002 with his wife and eldest son. He started in 2005, among other ventures in Peru. Before this, Carsten has worked in tourism, living in France, Sicily, and the U.S., and promoted bands like Metallica, Def Leppard and U2 for PolyGram Records (now Universal Music). Carsten loves pisco sours, Peru’s cuisine, and traveling with his family within Peru, a country that he believes is the land of opportunities.