The Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori has asked the electoral authorities to annul 802 voting records – about 200,000 votes – under accusations of “irregularities” and “table fraud”.

The right-wing candidate, who’s going way to lose the vote last Sunday by about 70,000 votes against the leftist Pedro Castillo, he asked the National Board of Elections (JNE) to take this step while insisting on the review of 1,200 minutes observed (actually, 859) when only 1 is missing. % of votes to be counted.

“These 802 minutes represent 200,000 votes, which when admitted must be count withdrawals national, “said Fujimori.


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