No end in sight in Peru: Fujimori proposes audit and legal action against authorities

"We deplore the harassment that electoral authorities are receiving for the exercise of their work, as well as other citizens, due to their political positions," said the civil association Transparencia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru entered a decisive week to learn its new president-elect, in the middle of the political and legal battle between leftist Pedro Castillo and rightist Keiko Fujimori, who decided to request an audit to the electoral body and to file an injunction lawsuit.

Although the vote count is 0.049% away from being concluded, the whole country's attention is now focused on the legal appeals filed by Fujimori's party and the efforts of the authorities to control the attacks against her opponents in the social networks.

With 99.951% of the national tally . . .

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