Right-wing presidential candidate in Peru, Keiko Fujimori, says there were “signs of fraud” in Sunday’s ballot.
“There is a clear intention to boycott the popular will,” he said without offering detailed evidence.
She made the accusation after her left-wing rival, Pedro Castillo, overtook her in the vote count.
With 96.8% of the votes counted, Castillo has a slim lead of 0.5 percentage points.
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WNU Editor: With 96.8% of the votes counted, Castillo has a slim lead of 0.5 percentage points. If current trends continue, it looks like Pedro Castillo will be elected by a one percent margin.
Presidential Election in Peru – News Updates June 8, 2021