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Latin American scholars Cynthia Mc Clintock and Fabián Vallas note that the issue appeared to have died down among Peruvians after the Japanese government announced in 2000 that "Fujimori's parents had registered his birth in the Japanese consulate in Lima".
Fujimori admitted during one of his trials that Spanish was in fact his second language, implying that Japanese may have been his native tongue.
The verdict, delivered by a three-judge panel, marked the first time that an elected head of state has been extradited to his home country, tried and convicted of human rights violations.
Fujimori was specifically found guilty of murder, bodily harm and two cases of kidnapping.
During the campaign, Fujimori was nicknamed El Chino, which roughly translates to "Chinaman"; it is common for people of any East Asian descent to be called chino in Peru, as elsewhere in Spanish Latin America, both derogatively and affectionately.
Although he is of Japanese heritage, Fujimori has suggested that he was always gladdened by the term, which he perceived as a term of affection.
Under pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Peruvian government was to follow the guidelines set by the international finance community.
Fujimori obtained his early education at the Colegio Nuestra Señora de la Merced Fujimori's parents were Buddhists, but he was baptised and raised as a Roman Catholic.
While he spoke mainly Japanese at home, Fujimori also learned to become a proficient Spanish speaker during his years at school.
In July 2009, Fujimori was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for embezzlement after he admitted to giving million from the Peruvian treasury to his intelligence service chief, Vladimiro Montesinos.
His parents, Naoichi Fujimori (original surname Minami, adopted by a childless relative; 1897–1971) and Mutsue Inomoto Fujimori (1913–2009), were natives of Kumamoto, Japan, who migrated to Peru in 1934.
However, many do not attribute the Fujishock to Fujimori.