Keiko Fujimori from the Fuerza Popular Party has agreed to participate in Peru’s second round of presidential elections. 13.25% of the votes, According to official statistics, 88.8% of records were processed.
According to the latest report of the Office of National Electoral Process (ONPE), Fujimori In the second round, he will face the far left candidate Pedro Castillo (Pedro Castillo), The party of the Peruvian Liberal Party won 18.88% of the vote.
With this progress, Fujimori brought More than one point In the first round of elections held on Sunday, it ranked third. Hernando de Soto of the Avanza País party won 11.90% of the vote.
De Soto asks to wait for the official total to know who will become Castillo’s rival in the second round of the presidential election It will be broadcast in June next year.
The former congresswoman also excluded extreme rightists Rafael López Aliaga (Rafael López Aliaga), The vote for the public renovation project received 11.86% of the vote.
After the first batch of candidates with the highest number of votes, left, center, and left Yonhy Lescano, Popular actions accounted for 9.11%; leftists Verónika Mendoza, Accounted for 7.81%; merchants Cesar Acuna, Accounted for 5.99%; and former soldiers Daniel Urresti, Accounted for 5.64% and so on.
Keiko Fujimori, the daughter of the imprisoned former President Alberto Fujimori, realized Reshape his politicians and his party, And overcame the preventive detention she received for more than a year in 2018 and 2020 for crimes under investigation. Money laundering and criminal organizations, among them.
Fujimori, 45, has lived on the political stage for most of his life. At the age of 19 (1990-2000), after serving as the first lady in her father’s government, she led the militia party in Congress, and then Run for president twice Peru, defeated by Ollanta Humala in the second round of 2011, and defeated by Pedro Pablo Kuczynski in 2016.
In March last year, prosecutor Jose Domingo Perez formally filed an accusation against the presumption received by Fujimori and his party’s leaders. There were 40 accusations in total. Illegal donations made by the company to millionaires in election campaigns In 2011 and 2016, Brazilian construction company Odebrecht was responsible for the Lava Jato bribery scandal in Latin America.
The prosecutor has asked Fujimori to imprison for 30 years, but Oral trial is not yet outdated From the beginning, it was considered that all the processes of the Lava Jato scandal were delayed due to the covid-19 pandemic.
As far as he is concerned, he was the winner of Sunday’s election and the leftmost candidate Pedro Castillo, It depicts the abyss, which has separated the capital Lima from the traditionally marginalized and discriminated rural population of the Andes since the colonial era.
Castillo, a school teacher and unionist, has been promoted by a presidential candidate to the second round of presidential elections. The Andean population is tired of the elite With few exceptions, they have been excluded from the capital.
Lima (Lima), the name “Deep in Peru”, expressed his support for the candidate by voting The capital hardly knows, He vaguely remembered a great strike he led in this city four years ago, which paralyzed the class for three months.
Although Lima Castillo has not even been selected as the four most-voted candidates, the candidate of the Socialist and Marxist Liberal Party of Peru is Ranked first in 16 out of 23 electoral districts According to quick statistics conducted by Ipsos pollsters, Peru’s electoral votes are Overwhelmed in the Andes Most of the population there are rural and poor.
In the general election held on Sunday, there were 21.5 million eligible voters. Participation rate reached 72% In the middle of the covid-19 pandemic, this is a new peak of infections in the country.