LIMA, Jan. 3 (Xinhuanet) -- Disgraced Peruvian ex-President Alberto Fujimori said Saturday he will return to Peru in 2006, calling people to bury the political parties "that are taking the country to an abyss."
"2004 is the year of Fujimorism and for people to take the reins of the future," said Fujimori in a weekly radio speech, which was recorded in Japan and delivered through a Lima station.
In November 2000, Fujimori fled Peru amid a political scandal that toppled his 10-year regime (1990-2000).
Peru's justice department has accused him of homicide and kidnapping, illegal enrichment, human rights violations and embezzlement.
In the radio program, the sacked leader said there is a big popular mobilization to facilitate his return to power, although he is banned from occupying public positions for 10 years.
"We cannot allow those politicians to keep on hurting the country," Fujimori said, calling on his followers "to fight unitedand find a solution to the collapse of the political system." Enditem