Alberto Fujimori remains hospitalized while rumors grow about his pardon
Former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori, sentenced to 25 years in prison, remains today in the intensive care unit of the Centenario Clinic in Lima, where he was admitted yesterday, his personal doctor, Alejandro Aguinaga, said today.

The doctor came today to the medical center to learn about the evolution of the former president, after being hospitalized for a drop in blood glucose and blood pressure.

On Saturday night, Fujimori was visited by his sons Hiro and Keiko Fujimori, leader of the opposition Popular Force, after his youngest son, Kenji, took him to the clinic in an ambulance.

After the former president's admission to the medical center, Aguinaga told the media that Fujimori was "very affected by the insulting statements issued by people linked to the party," following the vote in Congress against the dismissal of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

In that vote, last Thursday, the plenary session of the Congress of Peru rejected the request for dismissal presented by the opposition against Kuczynski for an alleged "permanent moral incapacity" due to his links with the Brazilian company Odebrecht.

Alberto Fujimori remains hospitalized while rumors grow about his pardon
The legislator of Fuerza Popular, H├ęctor Becerril, said on Thursday that Alberto Fujimori encouraged corruption by asking ten congressmen, led by Kenji Fujimori, to refrain from voting in favor of the impeachment in order for the government to approve humanitarian pardon. "Kenji has been the victim of all kinds of insults and threats," Aguinaga added.

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