ONPE results at 100% of recorded minutes: Pedro Castillo 50.125% and Keiko Fujimori 49.875%

Lima, June 22, 2021Updated on 06/22/2021 09:42 am

The National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) reported the recorded minutes reached 100%. Pedro Castillo (Peru Libre) obtains 50.125% of the valid votes and Keiko Fujimori (Popular Force) 49.875%. However, to proclaim the results of the ballot, it is still pending that the special electoral juries (JEE) resolve the nullity requests filed by both parties.

If Fuerza Popular and Perú Libre appeal to the decisions of the JEE, the National Elections Jury (JNE) must evaluate and pronounce itself. According to sources from El Comercio, the officialization of the results It would be done at the end of this month or the beginning of July.

This is the total votes until 3:19 p.m.:

Pedro Castillo 8′835,579

Keiko Fujimori 8’791,521

The difference between the two candidates is 44,058 votes.

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The report at 3:19 p.m. on Tuesday showed the following results:

The report at 2:55 p.m. on Tuesday showed the following results:

The report at 1:50 p.m. on Tuesday showed the following results:

The report at 1:00 p.m. this Tuesday showed the following results:

The report at 12:04 pm on Tuesday showed the following results:

The report at 10:48 am on Tuesday showed the following results:

The report at 09:48 hours this Tuesday showed the following results:

The report of 08:42 hours this Tuesday showed the following results:

The question of the day: What is the difference between observed minutes and contested votes?

What is the difference between processed and posted minutes?

The tally sheets are those that contain votes, which have been added to the general count.

Instead, the records processed are those registered in the electoral computer system. The processed records are classified in turn into: normal records, observed, with request for invalidity or with challenged votes.

In other words, a normal record does not present observations and must be accounted for in the general computer system.

The record observed is the one that corresponds to the Decentralized Offices of Electoral Processes (ODPE) and that cannot be counted in the electoral computer system due to the following reasons: it does not contain data, it is incomplete, it contains a material error, it has characters, illegible signs or spellings that do not allow their use to count votes; or does not present signatures.

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