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Tribunal proclama a Pedro Castillo como presidente de Perú

3 monthes ago   |   By My Sanantonio

LIMA - Pedro Castillo, profesor izquierdista de una escuela rural, ganó el lunes la presidencia de Perú tras el más prolongado conteo electoral en 40 años y por apenas 44.000 votos sobre la derechista Keiko Fujimori, quien recibió el apoyo de los empresarios y los medios de comunicación.
Las autoridades electorales proclamaron su triunfo un mes y medio después de los comicios del 6 de junio, luego de que se desecharan las acusaciones de fraude impulsadas por Fujimori. Tras el conteo del 100% de los sufragios, Castillo se ubicó primero con 50.126%, por encima de Fujimori, quien obtuvo...
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