The statement came after the right-wing presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori tried to invalidate the results of 802 polling stations.Full Story
Free Peru (PL) and Popular Force (FP) parties are the benches with more female representation.Full Story
The new decision was taken by 3 votes against 1. Hours before, the magistrates had modified the calendar to reception these appeals until 8:00 p.m. this Friday, despite the date expiring officially last Wednesday.
According to official data, the leftist candidate Pedro Castillo continues to lead the race for the presidency with 50.18 percent of the votes cast on Sunday.
They emphasized that the rural teacher's victory represents also a triumph for the progressive parties and social movements in the region.
The Peruvian electoral entity (ONPE) specified that it is still necessary to count the minutes observed by the Special Electoral Jury to conclude the vote-counting process.
"It has been determined once again that the defendant Fujimori Higuchi does not comply with the restriction of not communicating with witnesses," says the prosecutor
Diego Pary, Bolivia's Ambassador at the United Nations, called Thursday on social media to respect the people's vote in the runoff in Peru, where candidates Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori competed for the presidency.
Based on the results, the difference is in favor of Castillo by 0.45 percentage points.
He has received greetings from some Latin American governments for the favorable result of the presidential elections.
The report indicates that Castillo amounts 8, 657,705 valid votes while his opponent Keiko Fujimori has reached 8, 565,321.