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Fujimori’s fraud claims criticised as rival’s narrow lead widens: Pedro Castillo holds 0.4% lead with more than 97% of votes counted

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  1. Kuromantis

    Keiko Fujimori, one of the two candidates fighting vote by vote for the presidency of Peru, has alleged fraud and irregularities in the count of Sunday’s election as her rival, leftist teacher Pedro Castillo, widens a narrow lead.

    An inter-American observer mission did not report any irregularities and said the ballot passed off correctly, complying with international standards.

    As a candidate, Fujimori’s father – who is serving a 25-year sentence over corruption and death squad murders – and her own record as a politician play against her.

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