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Peruvian presidential candidate calls for results of 800 polling stations to be annulled

Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori has called on the election authorities to annul the results of more than 800 polling stations in the country.

France 24 news channel reported in its English-language publication today, Thursday, that this claim relates to about 200,000 votes from the electorate, noting that with the vast majority of votes counted, Fujimori obtained 49.7 percent of the votes, compared to 50.2 percent. In favor of her competitor, Pedro Castillo.

The channel added that Castillo declared himself the winner of the presidential elections, although the election commission has not yet announced the results.