October 20, 2021

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President of Peru | Fujimori claimed that his opponent did not recognize the victory

President of Peru |  Fujimori claimed that his opponent did not recognize the victory

(Lima) Peru’s moderate presidential candidate Caico Fujimori will not be able to identify victory on Saturday with his left – wing rival Pedro Castillo if the election tribunal declares him the winner of the June 6 poll.


“In a few hours or days, they will tell us that they will approve of the election fraud and we will not accept it,” she said at a rally in Lima. The National Election Jury (JNE) always examines the frauds of this presidential ballot before announcing the result. This announcement could happen next week.

Mr. Castillo won from this election according to the final results, but not yet officially.

“We have seen a lot of complaints of manipulation over the last few weeks and they want to force us to announce the result,” he said.To me Fujimori denies “fraud” without proof. Election observers from the Organization of American States (OAS), for their part, said the election did not lead to any fraud.

According to the official count of 100% of the ballots, Mr. Castillo won by a margin of 50.12% of the vote, or 49,000 votes, against 49.87% of his opponent.

The new president will take office on July 28.

Meanwhile, supporters of both camps, the Radical Left on the democratic right, are camping in Lima to “defend” their votes.

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