RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One week before Peru's general elections, there is maximum uncertainty, with a technical tie between five presidential candidates, of which only two will go to the second round, according to two polls published this Sunday, April 4.
These polls, the last ones that can be published by law in Peru before the vote, coincide in reflecting a very even scenario. However, they differ in the positions of the main candidates to become the new president.
The intention to vote is very fragmented and divided, as the best-positioned candidates hardly manage to exceed 10% of . . .