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Polarising Peru election too close to call

The presidential election in Peru pitting Keiko Fujimori of the centre right Fuerza Popular party against political newcomer Pedro Castillo of the left-leaning Peru Libre party is too close to call with a final result not likely until late Tuesday or early Wednesday once votes from the Peruvian international diaspora have been counted. Even then, there may be a demand for a recount.

Peru decides: Castillo or Keiko?

Peru decides: Castillo or Keiko?

With 93.7% of the votes in, just a few tens of thousands of votes separate the candidates. Notably, more than one million votes, 6.1% of the total, were either invalid votes or blank votes, highlighting...

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