The candidate of Peru Libre for the presidency of the Andean country, Pedro Castillo, assured this Tuesday that, according to a “report” by the officials of his party, he had already “officially counted” the votes and had “imposed” it. in the elections, marking himself as the winner of the second round of the Peruvian presidential election.
He asserted this in a renewed intervention in front of his supporters in Lima, in which he also called on the electoral authorities not to “pollute” the will of the Peruvian people and demands that his supporters “not become provoked”.
Likewise, the left candidate has guaranteed that his future government will “respect democracy and the current constitution” and a “government with financial and economic stability”.
“There are certain tricks like the rise of the dollar, which will rise a few points tomorrow, the cost of bread, chicken, the family basket. It’s a lie what happened, that there is some uncertainty, people don’t believe more, and so I have to tell you that I have just had talks with the national business community where they are showing their support for the people, “he said.
Castillo also thanked the “citizens of the people’s will”, repeating a demand that had been made on Monday after his rival, the candidate of the Popular Force, Keiko Fujimori, of “table fraud” was charged.
“I come here not only to express my gratitude, but also my appreciation for the men and women of this country who have stood up here and abroad, the brothers who are outside the country and who have been mobilized for democracy,” added he should also note, as reported by the Peruvian newspaper “El Comercio”.
On the other hand, “in the name of the Peruvian people” he said his greeting “to the personalities of various countries” who said “the greeting to the Peruvian people, the greeting to our person”. “From now on, greetings and appreciation to some embassies and governments in Latin America and other countries who send their greetings to the Peruvian people,” said the applicant.
According to the official results of the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE), Castillo leads the vote with 50.2 percent, while Fujimori would lose with 49.7 percent to the 97.955 percent examined.