July 24, 2021

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Castillo explores 99.7% of his advantage over Fujimori in the Peruvian elections

Point Pedro Castillo, the candidate of the Peruvian Liberals, promised to break with Peru’s neo-liberal model. Photo: PP

Point Pedro Castillo, a left-wing candidate from the Liberal Party, received 71,764 votes more than his rival, Keiko Fujimori. With 99.795% of the vote counted, in the elections for the presidency of Peru, the group of right-wingers in Fursa Popular.

According to data from the National Electoral Process Office, Castillo received 8,735,448 votes, while Fujimori received 8,663,684 votes, or Reduction of the benefit maintained by the left-wing candidate in recent hours.

Castillo has so far received 50.2% of the vote, while Fujimori received 49.7% of the vote, with the tightest count being just a few thousand votes.

In the next few hours, there will be an important Peruvian community, especially from countries like the United States or Spain, as votes from abroad continue to be counted.

It is also necessary to review a few minutes with technical irregularities, errors in completion or contested votes.

The participation of citizens is estimated at 74.7% of the electorate.

(With information from EFE)

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