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Reber Joaquín Ramírez Gamarra (born in the Bolívar district of Cajamarca, on January 7, 1970), is a Peruvian businessman and politician, formerly a member of the Congress of the Republic of Peru, right-hand man of Keiko Fujimori and General Secretary of her Popular Force political party. He resigned in 2016 amid charges that he was a member of the Untouchables, a Peru-based illegal drug trade gang, along with his uncle Fidel Ramirez (owner of Universidad Alas Peruanas). The organization is allegedly headed by Miguel Arevalo “Eteco” Ramirez.