The Judicial Branch on Thursday issued an order to ban former Congressman Kenji Fujimori from leaving Peru for a period of 18 —within the framework of the investigation into the Mamani Videos case.
The request to prevent them from leaving the country had been submitted by the Prosecutor's Office, which is investigating them for alleged generic active bribery and influence peddling.
Fujimori, Ramirez and Bocangel will be obliged to remain in the areas where they reside, and they must go to court on each month's last business day to report their activities.
Likewise, they will be prohibited from communicating with the citizens who have testified or will testify as witnesses in the criminal proceedings.
Furthermore, each defendant must pay an economic bond of S/50,000 (about US$14,136). Concerning Alexei Toledo, he must pay a similar monetary amount.
The events date back to the vacancy process initiated against Kuczynski, when the son of Alberto Fujimori
allegedly coordinated the purchase of parliamentarians' votes.
Mamani died from COVID-19 on August 14, 2020.