Alberto Fujimori, the former president of Peru, who recently grace was given, must appear before the court for the massacre in 1992 on six farmers. That decided a court Monday.
The ruling comes a few weeks after the controversial decision to Fujimori pardon to grant, giving him the rest of his prison sentence of 25 years and not had to sit out. Fujimori was convicted of human rights violations during his reign from 1990 to 2000.
A court ruled on Monday that the grace is not applicable in the so-called Pativilca-case, such as his defense leader. Pativilca is the district where the murders took place.
The public prosecutor demands a new prison sentence of 25 years for Fujimori, who is accused of the massacre commanded to have. The ex-president of 79, was at the end of december a humanitarian pardon because of his poor health, which the Peruvian population is deeply divided. Critics say that president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who risked to be switched off, grace granted in exchange for the support of Fujimori’s son, a member of parliament, and his colleagues for the vote.