RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Fifteen days before the second round of elections in Peru, anti-Fujimorism took to the streets in more than twenty cities in an electoral campaign in "defense of democracy" and against the presidential candidacy of authoritarian right-wing Keiko Fujimori, whom it considers "a threat" to the country.
"It cannot be that a person who is going to run for the presidency has such big allegations of stealing millions of dollars, apart from being the daughter of a dictator. It is something undeniable", declared a young university student who was demonstrating in the center of the . . .