Peru Issues A Prohibition To Leave The Country To Keiko Fujimori’s Husband


The Peruvian Justice ordered yesterday an impediment to leaving Peru against Keiko Fujimori’s husband, Mark Vito.

This order will take place for 36 months, before the investigations for alleged money laundering in the electoral campaign of 2011.

“This was explained to the media by her lawyer Giuliana Loza, while also confirming the notification of the resolution issued by Judge Richard Concepción Carhuancho and that they will appeal the measure immediately”, wrote Telesur.

According to Vito’s lawyer, the measure is “completely arbitrary” and “there are no procedures that require Mark Vito to have to go three years without leaving the country”, he said according to the aforementioned media.

The Prosecutor’s Office is analyzing a series of real estate transactions carried out by Fujimori’s husband since they suggest that the accounts of the payments he made for the purchase of land in the district of Chilca, south of Lima, between 2012 and 2015 are not clear.

Keiko Fujimori is currently in custody for 36 months, before a presumed appropriation of illicit funds for her 2011 electoral campaign. Among those resources would be the contributions for $1 million US dollars of the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.

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