The second generation of Peru’s civil war continues with the Shining Path’s front candidate, probably being puppet mastered by Abimael Guzman from jail, leading over Alberto Fujimori’s daughter, probably being puppet mastered by her father from jail.
Peruvian socialist Pedro Castillo widened his lead against right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori in the country’s presidential vote on Monday, but she said she will not concede yet and alleged “irregularities,” although without showing much proof.
The official count from Sunday’s election showed outsider candidate Castillo with 50.3% and Fujimori on 49.7%, with around 95% of the vote counted. The leftist candidate had trailed overnight, but started to take the lion’s share of ballots as the count progressed, on the back of a late surge of rural votes.
“There’s a clear intention to boycott the will of the people,” Fujimori said at a press conference, in which she showed social media videos to back her claims, and accused supporters of Castillo of stealing votes. She also asked her base to bring forth new allegations, if they exist, on social media.
Castillo’s party, Free Peru, responded on Twitter that it “rejected” the allegations.