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Peru elections: Keiko Fujimori asks supporters to send evidence of “irregularities” in the election | International | News

The survey of 100% of the polling stations was completed last Tuesday and 50.12% was given to Castillo and 49.8% to Fujimori.


Keiko Fujimori, Peru’s right-wing presidential candidate, who challenged the results of the June 6 vote, took to social media this Monday. they.

“We already know what they did to thwart the election. Today we need to know how they did it. If you have any evidence or proof of how Peru cheated on the Libre table, report it on your networks, take it to a media outlet or send it to us to make it public.” Fujimori wrote on his Twitter social networking account.

The daughter of imprisoned former President Alberto Fujimori has been denouncing “abuses” against him for two weeks, but without presenting conclusive evidence.

Instead, election observers from the Organization of American States (OAS) said the vote was clean without “serious irregularities.”

Three days after the election, the Armed Forces called on the Peruvians to “respect” the election results.

The final tally gave his left-wing rival, Point Pedro Castillo a lead of 44,000 votes, but the election arbitrator must complete a review of the approximately 200,000 votes cast by Fujimori.

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There is no exact date for this conclusion, but it is estimated that the uncertainty will last until the end of June or the beginning of July.

The survey of 100% of the polling stations ended on Tuesday and gave 50.12% to Castillo and 49.8% to Fujimori.

Since Castillo’s vote, the candidate has begun to denounce “signs of fraud in the (voting) table”.

The right-wing candidate insisted on tagging his followers on social media #DenunciaLaTrap When they provide evidence or testimony to support their claim.

Peru’s interim leader Francisco Sagasti on Friday rejected calls from retired soldiers for the Armed Forces to block the declaration of victory for left-wing Castillo in the June 6 election.

Hundreds of retired officers have signed up to echo allegations of right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori, asking the leaders of the armed forces to stop the new president from being declared “illegal and unlawful” by the National Assembly. Election (JNE).

The delay in announcing the winner has left Peru in suspense, despite crowded rallies by supporters of both candidates each week despite measures to prevent the spread of the corona virus. (I)