Two sources for changing the electoral process in Peru were rejected by the relevant authorities, while voices were added in the South American country, thus declaring Pedro Castillo the winner of the last election by the National Electoral Arbitration Council (JNE).
In the first case, the Second Interim Constitutional Court of the High Court of Lima declared that it could not accept Ambroe’s request to declare the 2021 second round elections zero.
Javier Villa Steyn filed the lawsuit against the National Electoral Arbitration Council (JNE) and the National Electoral Processes Office (ONPE), according to Multimedia Telesur.
Villa Stein has been accused of violating fundamental rights such as the right to elect their officers and effective practical protection, which are enshrined in the Constitution.
On the other hand, the 11th Constitutional Court of Lima declared that the habeas corpus data filed by Fursa Popular against the ONPE could not be allowed, where the list of voters was requested by the ballot used in the second round of the 2021 general election in Peru.
According to the resolution, Milacros did not formally recognize Takayama Fursa as the legal representative of the Popular because he did not provide any document recognizing it.
Under the warning to file the file, a period of three days was given to rectify the mentioned deficiencies.
The International Association of Peruvianists (AIP), made up of academics from various countries who study Peruvian culture, has called on election officials to declare Point Pedro Castillo as president.
The intellectuals working in foreign universities asserted their position in a statement in which they affirmed their deep respect for democratic institutions.
‘After the votes are counted on June 6, 2021 and the review of the minutes of the contest is over, the result is that in favor of candidate Point Pedro Castillo,‘ the Electoral Authority must declare the fair winner of the presidential ballot. The peace of good and Peru.
Keiko Fujimori, a right-winger who denounced the fraud without further evidence, delayed the announcement of the next president by suspending one of the four members of the Electoral Arbitration Council who could not resolve demands for the cancellation of the vote.
The left-wing candidate topped the June 6 election with only 40,058 votes, citing legal evidence to invalidate 200,000 votes claiming he had incorrect signatures on the ballot.
Seven former presidents from Latin America and Spain have warned that the delay in announcing the results of the presidential election in Peru reflects the danger to democracy.
In his opinion, there is strong evidence that Point Pedro Castillo won a majority on June 6.
Former rulers have warned that the delay is creating uncertainty and chaos in the country, which will negatively affect the course of the economy and stability.