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Castillo edged Fujimori by 44,000 votes as counting ends in Peruvian presidential runoff


Indigenous Peruvians consider the annulment petitions from the female candidate of Japanese ethnicity a form of racism and discrimination
Peru’s electoral authorities have completed counting votes from June 6’s presidential runoff, after which left-wing candidate Pedro Castillo was determined to have finished some 44,000 votes ahead of right-wing populist Keiko Fujimori.



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