RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Citizen tension in Peru over the June 6 presidential elections was felt both on social networks and in the streets of Lima, where ultra-conservative groups found a space to express themselves and attract followers.
After Pedro Castillo was declared the election winner, these groups organized rallies in an attempt to annul thousands of votes under the unsubstantiated narrative of "fraud" denounced by former right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori.
Legitimized by opposition parties that share the same narrative, they are now calling for the impeachment of the Marxist Peru Libre president, whom they brand as a . . .