Peru’s Castillo leads Fujimori by more than 78,000 votes with 97.2 % of the votes counted

This information already contains 99.17% of the votes cast at a national level, while the counting of the votes of Peruvians abroad currently reaches 51.57%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peruvian presidential candidate Pedro Castillo maintains a lead of 78,737 votes over his rival Keiko Fujimori when 97.28% of the votes have been counted in the second round of elections held this Sunday in Peru.

According to the last official report, the candidate of the leftist Peru Libre party has received so far 50.23% of the valid votes (8,596,896) against 49.77% (8,518,159) of the candidate of the right-wing Popular Force party.

This information already contains 99.17% of the votes cast at national level, while the counting . . .

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