Peru election: Keys to know who will become president and what remains to be done

Some voices in Peru point to a maximum of two weeks before a decision is reached.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The tally of last Sunday's Peruvian presidential elections leaves Pedro Castillo, from the far left, as the most voted candidate. The objective data is not enough to clarify yet who will be the president of the country and even less to know when the electoral court will promulgate the winner.

Keiko Fujimori, from the authoritarian right, requested the annulment of nearly 200,000 votes and claimed an alleged "table fraud" that no one, except her staunch supporters and her political fellow travelers have seen.

These are some of the keys that explain the situation.

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