Peru & Alberto Fujimori

Guests: John Miller Reporter covering issues in Peru for NPR Michael Shifter Senior Fellow and Program Director at the Inter-American Dialogue Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori stunned the nation last week, when he called for new elections and announced he would not be a candidate. Fujimori has been a controversial figure but is credited with defeating Peru's long running guerilla movement and bringing stability to his country. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at Alberto Fujimori and the impact of his departure.

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