Pedro Castillo’s party will have the largest minority in the Peruvian Congress

The leftist Peru Libre will have 37 seats out of 130; Fujimori's Fuerza Popular will have 24; another 8 parties will share the remaining seats. Estimates are that 80 out of 130 members will be right of center.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Peru Libre party, of presidential candidate Pedro Castillo, will have the largest minority in the Peruvian Congress, occupying 37 of the 130 seats in the chamber, confirmed this Saturday the National Jury of Elections (JNE).

The electoral body published a resolution in the official gazette El Peruano. It made official the distribution of the Congress that will take office from the end of July next to fulfill the legislative period 2021-2026.

The information indicated that the leftist Peru Libre would have 37 representatives, having obtained 13.4% of the votes for parliament in the . . .

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