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A prefectural assembly panel in Kumamoto, hometown of the parents of deposed Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, adopted a petition Thursday urging the Japanese government to provide Fujimori with its maximum support and security.

A majority of the assembly’s welfare committee approved the petition, with the assembly expected to adopt it at a plenary session next Tuesday, assembly members said.

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