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Presidential election: Anyone could be Peru’s next president

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It's time for the outsiders. Or the supposed outsiders. In Peru, with non-existent traditional parties and a crossroads of acronyms impossible to memorize, anyone could be the country's next president. Six candidates are tied for the lead in all polls, with 24 hours to go until the presidential election, with almost a technical tie. None of the candidates exceeds 13% of voting intentions.

Among them is the Fujimorist leader, investigated for corruption and pledging an "iron hand", the celibate who calls himself Porky and professes to be in love with the Virgin, the . . .

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