Castillo ousted Fujimori in the presidential elections in Peru with 94% examination from first place

The candidate of Peru Libre, Pedro Castillo, in the recount of the second round of the presidential elections this Sunday for the first time ousted his conservative opponent for the presidency of the country, Keiko Fujimori, with 94 percent of the minutes already examined the difference is still only a few Tenth.

Castillo, the most elected candidate in the first ballot, took the lead with 50.10 percent, while Fujimori, who wants to fill the position his father Alberto Fujimori already held for the third time, now has 49.89 percent of the vote Votes with 76 percent participation according to the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE).

Although both candidates have avoided taking everything for granted in the past few hours due to the narrowness of the result, they have emphasized from Peru Libre that thanks to the rural support that Castillo had already relied on, they could reverse the initial results make, Fujimori have put in the lead as the winner.

Castillo ousted Fujimori in the presidential elections in Peru with 94% examination from first place
Castillo ousted Fujimori in the presidential elections in Peru with 94% examination from first place

Peru Libre has underlined on its Twitter account that, thanks to the country’s rural areas, it has the edge in the absence of 6 percent of the vote and hopes to “comfortably outperform” the Fujimori Popular Force “despite the attempts at fraud.” .

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