US News Election in Peru: former military manifest against "fraud"
presidential in Peru: not yet a declared winner, the Fujimetists shout at Fraud
© AP - Guadalupe Pardo Peru, June 12: Pending the results of the second round of the presidential, the supporters of Keiko Fujimori S impatient and cry for fraud in the streets of Lima. A week after the second round of the presidential election, Peru still did not declare the winner. At 99.92% of the votes stripped, it is Pedro Castillo which is in the lead with 50,000 votes in advance on his opponent Keiko Fujimori who disputes this advance.
hundreds of retired military, support from the right candidate Keiko Fujimori, showed Tuesday in Lima to denounce "fraud" presumed in the second round of the presidential election in Peru whose official results are still not known.
"We want the truth, we want (the electoral authority) to examine all the remedies that have been tabled," said the retirement general Fernando Ordóñez, at a rally in the capital where the protesters were arboring Peruvian flags and placards with anti-communist slogans.
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Many former military had covered their uniform, sometimes bearing the beret or the sword, found AFP journalists.
"Communism can not enter this country. We are a rich country where there are inequalities, we have to work to solve them, but not in this way," said the former ship captain Jorge del Aguila.
The protesters have taken over the accusations of frauds launched by the candidate of the populist Keiko Fujimori, in unfavorable ballasting in the second round of the presidential of June 6th.
Video: Presidential in Peru: Fujimori denounces fraud (AFP)
The National Electoral Jury (JNE), which must proclaim the results, further studies the remedies deposited by the candidates. Ms. Fujimori requested the invalidation of tens of thousands of votes.
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At the end of the vote, the electoral observation mission of the Organization of American States (OAS), however, had described the "positive" vote without "serious irregularities".
Tuesday, the President of the Council of Ministers and number two of the Government, Violeta Bermudez, recalled the findings of the OAS mission and repeated that the ballot had been transparent "without fraud index".
The call for manifesting had been launched on social networks after the acting Peruvian president, the centrist Francisco Sagasti, had firmly condemned the appeals launched at the army by former military to prevent Pedro Castillo from being proclaimed. President.
"It is unacceptable (...) that this group of retirement individuals of the army think could encourage the high command of the army, air and the navy to break with the state of Law, "said Sagasti, who was not a candidate for his succession.
Many retired officers interpreted this statement as a veiled support for the candidate of the radical left.
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