The leader of the Peruvian Popular Force (Fuerza Popular) opposition party, Keiko Fujimori, rejected corruption allegations against her and her party, in Lima on Thursday.
Prosecutors raided Fuerza Popular offices in Lima on Thursday as part of an investigation of alleged money laundering by Fujimori’s 2011 and 2016 presidential campaigns.
Fujimori denied all allegations, firmly condemned Thursday’s raids, and vowed to “continue to fight against corruption."
Fujimori is accused of receiving money from Marcelo Odebrecht, head of a Brazilian construction company. Various officials across South America have been accused of taking around $800 million (€681 million) in bribes from Odebrecht.