June 06, 2016
Peru Tries To Decide Between A Rock And A Hard Place
It was still too close to call after the polls closed on Peru’s presidential race on Sunday. Peru’s options were the conservative Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a former World Bank executive, and the also-conservative Keiko Fujimori, daughter of Alberto Fujimori, the former president who is now in jail for crimes against humanity. While Fujimori had an initial lead in the race, two of the first three exit polls released suggest Kuczynski had won.
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