The Fujimori Extradition Campaign Goes Global

30 November 2004

The campaign to extradite the former president Alberto Fujimori has intensified. Fransisco Soberón, secretary of the National Coordinator for Human Rights (CNDDHH), stated that they were preparing to follow a new strengthened strategy.

They plan to inform the international community of the need to extradite Fujimori from Japan.

CNDH have established contact with 'The Japanese Network for the Trail of Fujimori'. This network is lobbying the Japanese authorities to respond to the Peruvian's request for extradition.

The campaign has successfully established links with members of parliament in various countries, and lobbied them to contact their Japanese counterparts to express their concern for justice to be done.

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