Peru’s 35 special election jury rejects 943 appeals filed by Fursa Popular, Keiko Fujimori’s party, narrowly defeated by Fujimori left-wing candidate Point Pedro Castillo in the June 6 presidential election.
All appeals were declared inadmissible and unsubstantiatedSo, now there is a potential habeas corpus data to try to get Fujimori access to the electoral roll and open the way for former judge Javier Villa Stein, who is close to Fujimori, to try to rip the entire process of the second round of the presidential election. , Reports the Peruvian newspaper ‘La Replica’.
Special Electoral Officer (JEE) of Huangkavelica The National Election Arbitration Tribunal (JNE) is the last to decide the 21 pending appeals in the resolutions released on Friday afternoon on the virtual platform.. 21 appeals were declared unsubstantiated.
It was explained by Waldo Gonzalez, president of JEE of Juancovelica In any case there are no elements that lead to the establishment that there is a fraud attempt Or change of results.
“Evidence or sources make it known People have signed up to study in colleges, it has been proven. What is fraud or alternative? Not there”, They underlined in the statements Republic.
With its nuances, the special election jurors rejected any approach Fraud, candidate Keiko Fujimori condemns without victory.
After these 943 appeals for cancellation were dismissed in the first instance, Began to implement popular force appeals for cases to be reviewed by the entire JNE. The appeals set a three-day deadline for the appeal process, after which JNE’s entirety would have to reconsider the abbreviations to pronounce itself, which could last more than a week of uncertainty.
In parallel to appealing to the electoral authority, The Popular Force promotes action in the judicial process and seeks to reverse the decision. On the one hand, it has announced a habeas corpus data against the National Electoral Processes Office (ONPE) for accessing the electoral roll.
Authorities recognize the “right to access public information” but protect it In the words of former Justice Minister Ana Neira, “protecting personal data that cannot be shared with a political party”. “You can’t give out personal information like address, fingerprint or photo,” he said.
In addition, this Friday a The constitutional action of former Judge Javier Villa Stein, who is close to Fujimori. The Ambrose action has been implemented in the Second Interim Constitutional Court of Miraflores. Villa Stein asks for a second-round vacancy, “as a result of which the alleged electoral process has been ordered to be repeated (…).”
To do this, it blames False signatures of polling station members, a study that has already been rejected by special election arbitration boards. It also calls into question the fact that special juries have been reluctant to adjudicate on most appeals for revocation because they were granted after the deadline.
Ana Neira considers that there is really no support for this amber move put forward by Villa Stein. “It simply came to our notice then that we were violating fundamental rights,” he said. I see no possibility in the current legal framework. I don’t think it can be estimated, ”he argued.
With information from Europress