Peru election is too tight to call but a fragmented Congress awaits the winner

  • Rightist Fujimori leads Leftist Castillo 52.9% to 47.1% after 42% of votes officially counted in Presidential run-off

  • But partial count is skewed to Fujimori's urban strongholds; IPSOS's exit poll favoured Castillo 50.2% to Fujimori 49.8%

  • Unchanged fact is that neither will control fragmented Congress where Fujimori's party has 18% share and Castillo's 28%

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