The U.S. Department said on Tuesday that Peru's election has been "a model of democracy," a position completely opposed to candidate Keiko Fujimori's fraud allegations.
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"We congratulate the Peruvian authorities for safely administering another round of free, fair, accessible, and peaceful elections, even amid the significant challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic," spokesman Ned Price said.
"#ONPEinforma State Department spokesperson @StateDept, Ned Price @StateDeptSpox, said the Second Presidential Election was free, fair, and "a model of democracy in the region."
"These recent elections are a model of democracy in the region. We support giving the electoral authorities time to process and publish the results following Peruvian law," the official added.
On the other hand, a member of the technical team of Keiko's party Fuerza Popular, the former minister Fernando Rospigliosi said today that the statement "it is a usual position of the United States. The U.S. is not going to intervene, it is not going to play for anyone here."