Peruvian presidential election: Castillo still very slightly ahead of Fujimori.
[Alles Europa News] – After the counting of 98.3% of the votes, the candidate of the left is credited with 50.31% of the votes, against 49.69% for his right-wing rival.
The suspense continues in Peru in the home stretch of the presidential election, Pedro Castillo maintaining on Tuesday evening his very slight lead over his rival Keiko Fujimori, who denounced “signs of fraud”, after the counting of 98.3% of the vote.
The candidate of the left had at 6:49 pm local (12:49 am in the EU) more than 107,000 votes in advance, according to the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE). Pedro Castillo was credited with 50.31% and Keiko Fujimori with 49.69% of the vote.
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