Peru corruption: Judges investigated over favours

More arrests are expected in a corruption scandal surrounding Peru's judiciary.

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    There's a growing corruption scandal in Peru after five judges and magistrates were apparently heard on audio tapes granting favorable rulings in exchange for financial incentives.

    The country's judiciary is now into a three-month state of emergency as the matter is investigated.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports.


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