has affirmed they expect to submit —this year— the indictment against former presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori over money laundering offenses linked to the Brazilian company Odebrecht.
Peruvian Supreme Court's Criminal Chamber Head Hugo Principe explained there was a disagreement in the judges' vote regarding the appeal.
The court will summon a judge to make a decision —not on her freedom— but on reducing her time in jail to 18 months.
For his part, Perez informed a significant number of people have requested collaboration agreements on this case.
"Approximately 10 requests have been submitted in order to be standardized. We have witnesses, we have people who are providing information," he told Cuarto Poder TV Program.