Prosecutor Jose Domingo Perez has submitted a request to forbid Mark Vito Villanella —Fuerza Popular party leader Keiko Fujimori's husband— from leaving the country for 36 months.
Within this framework, First Preparatory Investigation Court Head Judge Richard Concepcion Carhuancho will assess this request on November 21.
The Prosecutor made the decision to start a probe on Villanella for the purchase of two lots south of Lima —worth S/617,329 (around US$183,129)— using alleged illegal funds.
The magistrate pointed out the money came from the Division of Structured Operations —the Brazilian company's bribery department. Thus, the assets —intended for the campaign— were illegal and derived from unaccounted payments.
Likewise, this affirmation was supported by former Odebrecht executives' statements given to the authorities through plea bargain deals.