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- Former President of Peru Alberto Fujimori is sentenced to six years in jail for corruption by a court in Lima.
- Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori pleads guilty to bribery and illegal phone-tapping of journalists, businessmen and opposition politicians.
- The former President of Peru, Alberto Fujimori, is sentenced to six years in prison for ordering a warrantless search while in office.
- Ex-president of Peru, Alberto Fujimori, plans to finance his coming presidential campaign with "Fuji-Cola". Fujimori is in exile in Japan, is wanted for corruption, murder and kidnapping and is legally banned from holding public office in Peru until 2010
- The Prosecutor's Office of Peru opens a preliminary investigation to determine if there were alleged political benefits - among them the humanitarian pardon granted to former President Alberto Fujimori - offered by former President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski to avoid being removed from his office during the first impeachment process against him in December 2017. Three months later, in the middle of a similar scenario, Kuczynski resigned, seeing that Congress would no longer favor him.