The public confrontation between the siblings Keiko and Kenji Fujimori affects their father, former President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), his personal doctor Alejandro Aguinaga affirmed.
"These situations affect him," he told Canal N adding they hope "problems can be solved as soon as possible and in the best way."
According to Aguinaga —a former Health Minister in the Fujimori administration considered a person close to Alberto and Kenji Fujimori— the 37-year-old congressman has been clear about the videos, in which he allegedly participated in negotiations in exchange for public works.
The current investigation includes legislators Kenji Fujimori, Bienvenido Ramirez, and Guillermo Bocangel, as well as former Transport and Communications Minister
Bruno Giuffra, for the alleged crime of improper bribery and others to the detriment of the State.
In addition, it arranged for opposition Fuerza Popular party Congressman Moises Mamani —who made the recordings— to be notified so that he can give his testimony next week and provide all the information he has.
"The main thing is that this will be clarified for everyone. Therefore, investigations must be carried out with the greatest balance possible to get to the truth," Aguinaga said.