Peru Election: Electoral Jury considers appeals of decisions rejecting Fujimori’s allegations

The plenary of the JNE, Peru's highest electoral body, reviewed the first ten appeals filed by the right-wing candidate after all her claims had been declared unfounded.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru's National Jury of Elections (JNE) began this Wednesday, June 23, to consider the denial, for lack of evidence, the allegations of electoral fraud made by Keiko Fujimori, seeking to annul thousands of votes and avoid her third consecutive defeat in a presidential election.

The plenary of the JNE, Peru's highest electoral body, reviewed in the second and final instance the first ten appeals filed by the right-wing candidate after all her claims had been declared unfounded in the first place by lower juries for lacking convincing evidence or for not having been . . .

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