In fact, Keiko Fujimori challenged 800 tables to reverse an election result in which Pedro Castillo leads the number by nearly 130,000 votes, representing 0.5% of the total cast.
“In the Public Prosecution Office’s request, Prosecutor Domingo Perez referred to this One of those who should not have met, Miguel Pérez, met with him specifically to order the invalidation of several Sunday tables that had been paid“, looking at C5N Peruvian journalist Juan Guillermo Mamani.
Because of these inquiries, and charges still under investigation in connection with Odebrecht’s alleged financing of the 2011 and 2016 presidential campaigns, Keiko Fujimori could return to protective custody.
“We are now more than 99% of the records already processed by the National Office of Electoral Operations of Peru, where it is already stated that the actual winner will be Mr. Pedro Castillo, of the Peruvian Liber Party,” Mamani said.
The journalist explained, “However, there are about 800 minutes in which the PPP challenged the national election jury, to somewhat reverse, and in any case, candidate Keiko Fujimori presides over and is elected president of Peru,” who added that a large part of the population had Pedro Castillo already won.