Skip to comments.Peru election: Pedro Pablo Kuczynski holds slight lead as votes counted
Posted on 06/06/2016 11:27:26 AM PDT by fella
Partial results in Peru's presidential election have given former World Bank executive Pedro Pablo Kuczynski a narrow lead.
He had 50.52% against 49.48% for Keiko Fujimori, with 88% of votes counted.
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What, are those indios high on peyote?
Isn't Peru where the IMF gutted the economy and stripped the country of its' wealth several years back?
So which one is the commie? The commie always wins if its a “close race”...
Those poor Peruvians.
Wonder if they’re also using electronic voting?
Great name. Dinner could be black beans / rice and kielbasa.
Fujimori’s Dad destroyed “The Shining Path” moeists in hostage situation and saved Peru from communism. As a thanks the leftists threw him in jail where he still sits today. So the world bank guy must be the leftist.
Kuczynski (polish) versus Fujimori (japanese) for the Presidency of Peru. Kind of funny.....
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