Keiko Fujimori: PJ declares legal accusation against Popular Force leader for Cocktail Case

Keiko Fujimori: PJ declares legal accusation against Popular Force leader for Cocktail Case

In this way, the accusation will move to the phase of substantial control in the intermediate stage, from September 1. It is the last phase for the oral trial to begin.

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Keiko Fujimori: PJ declares clean-up tax accusation against leader of Fuerza Popular for Case Có ;ctels

In this way, the accusation will go to the phase of substantial control in the intermediate stage, from September 1. It is the last phase for the oral trial to begin. (Photo: El Comercio)

The Judicial Power declared this Wednesday the fiscal accusation against the leader of Fuerza Popular, Keiko Fujimori, and 44 other defendants, for the crime of criminal organization, money laundering and procedural fraud in the 'Cóctels Case'.< /b>

The prosecutor's accusation José Domingo Pérez will go to the phase of substantial control in the intermediate stage, starting next Thursday, September 1. This is the last phase for the oral trial to begin against the accused.

As it is recalled, the First Office of the Lava Jato Special Team presented -on August 20- the correction of the accusatory requirement of the case, linked to the financing of the electoral campaigns of the Fuerza Popular party.

During a hearing that took place last week, it was reported that the Public Ministry formally complied with the provisions and delivered the corrections requested from the prosecution.

The Special Team presented the correction of the accusation, which consists of 4,753 pages, divided into 24 volumes, in which it presents the evidence collected during the investigation of Fujimori Higuchi and the other defendants.

Among them are Jaime Yoshiyama, former secretary of Fuerza Popular; and Mark Vito Villanella, husband of the former presidential candidate, as well as Ana Rosa Herz, José Chlimper, Mario Augusto Bedoya, Carmela Paucará and Antonietta Gutiérrez Rosati.

Also Luis Alberto Mejía Lecca, Rafael Herrera Mariños, Erika Yoshiyama Koga, Jorge Trelles Montero, Ricardo Briceño Villena, Giancarlo Bertini Vivanco, among others.

Among the accused legal entities is the Fuerza Popular political party, which is accused of having been instrumentalized to carry out alleged illicit acts during the 2011 and 2016 electoral campaigns. Another of the accused legal entities is the company MVV Bienes Raíces SAC, by Mark Vito Villanella.