Could a Fujimori return to power in Peru?

Peruvians head to the polls this Sunday to choose a new president and they could well put another Fujimori back in power. Keiko Fujimori is the daughter of Alberto Fujimori, who ruled Peru in the 1990s but has since been jailed for corruption and human rights abuses. Opinion polls suggest Keiko is the favourite, although she needs more than 50% of the vote to avoid a run-off on June 5th. She’s loathed by some, but adored by her father’s supporters. Our reporter in Peru takes a closer look.