Wednesday, August 4

The coup of Peru


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In the middle of the game, nobody can change the rules of the game. Peru, with all its shakes, either. That explains that Pedro Castillo be president-elect today. Too many gallons of ink have been spilled against the legitimacy of the election result. By force of words and by violence in the streets, they tried to pressure to repeat the second round and even the entire electoral process. Inside and outside the country, voices were raised with denunciations of voting for the dead, of minor presidents of tables and suspicions about scrutiny in deep Peru where there was not a single vote to vote. Keiko Fujimori (Nor for Castillo in Miraflores, the Salamanca district of Lima). Between



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