Official Washington DC is starting to grow concerned over the growing odds of widespread, leftist-led violence in Peru if the lead of conservative presidential candidate Keiku Fujimori holds up.
With 91% of the vote counted as of Monday morning, the daughter of former strongman President Alberto Fujimori maintains a wafer-thin lead of 50.3 to 49.7% – roughly a difference of 80,000 votes – over former teachers’ union boss and far-left hopeful Pedro Caudillo.
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