Peruvians are playing for their future between two candidates that polarize the country

Political scientist Gelin Espinoza says that it will be a campaign "with a lot of polarization," in which the media "play a vital role," given what she considered "a discourse clearly in favor of a certain candidate," in this case, Fujimori.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The passage to the second presidential round of the ultra-left professor Pedro Castillo and the authoritarian right-wing Keiko Fujimori has led Peruvians from bewilderment to polarization, facing a decision that next June 6 may leave an indelible mark on the future of their country.

In the citizen debate, so polarized that it quickly turns to insults, some positions assure that Peruvians are between a rock and a hard place. In the second round, they face the extreme dilemma of choosing "between cancer or AIDS."

With different arguments and nuances, his opponents consider Castillo a . . .

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