Fujimorism

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Alberto Fujimori, founder of Fujimorism

Fujimorism or Fujimorismo is a political ideology in Peru, established by former president Alberto Fujimori.

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It was developed by Alberto Fujimori from his anti-terrorist and free market policies of the 1990s. It is a right-wing pragmatist and staunch anti-communist political movement.

Followers of fujimorism are called "fujimorista", the most prominent among them is Keiko Fujimori, the ex-president's daughter and presidential candidate in 2011.

Fujimorist parties and electoral coalitions include Cambio 90-New Majority, Sí Cumple, Peru 2000, Alliance for the Future (2006-11), and Fuerza 2011.

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