Fujimori's Resignation

Jonathan Miller reports from Lima, Peru on President Alberto Fujimori's resignation, sent in a letter sent from Tokyo, and the decisions facing Peru's congress as a result. Fujimori's adversaries insist that he knew about and was involved in large scale corruption. Today, Peru's congress will begin deliberating about who will lead the country until elections are held in April and the transfer of power takes place in July.

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