LIMA – Alberto Fujimori, the former president of Peru, must re-appear before the judge. He is prosecuted for the murder of six farmers in 1992 when he was the country led.
That, reports the BBC. The 79-year-old Fujimori is since a month on free feet. He was previously convicted of fraud and crimes against humanity during his right-wing government of 1990-2000. Last christmas, he was pardoned by president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski. Fujimori had his prison sentence of 25 years to fifteen in captivity spend.
The gratieverlening was not in good earth at thousands of Peruvians, who at the end of last year to the streets to express their displeasure clear. The pardon does not apply to the new case where he may be 22 others in terechtstaat.