President Jair Bolzano, who attended the inauguration of Ecuador’s president and former banker Guillermo Lasso in May, will not be in Castillo.
Despite his absence, the former military, through social networks, congratulated the elected Peruvian leader on winning the election.
“Congratulations to Castillo Drones of Point Pedro for being elected President of Peru,” Bolzano wrote on the social networking site Twitter yesterday through the profile of the President’s Special Secretariat for Social Relations.
“It has reaffirmed the willingness of the Brazilian government to work with Peruvian authorities to strengthen the relations of friendship and cooperation between our countries,” he noted.
Castillo is a rural school teacher who gained prominence on the Peruvian left four years ago as the leader of a national strike.
Just hours after the body rejected the last appeals of the defeated neo-liberal candidate Keiko Fujimori, George Salas, chairman of Peru’s National Electoral Arbitration Board, announced his victory.
“Peruvian people, thank you for this historic victory!” Said in a brief message recently quoted by the Presidential Source.
He emphasized that the decision was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into Fujimori, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
Finally, Castillo received 50.125 percent of the vote and Fujimori 49,875.
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