Facing the prestige of the left-wing candidate Pedro Castillo, the right-wing waved Chavismo’s red rag and returned three weeks before the second round on June 6 In the polls.
Will the left-wing candidate Pedro Castillo make Peru the second country in Venezuela? The question of deliberate provocation was ridiculed. But it has become a classic in Latin America, and this kind of discourse has become a scarecrow for the right to anger the left. In Peru, Mr. Castillo had arrived at the head of the first round of the presidential election on April 11, which brought him a surprise. But his right-wing competitor, Keiko Fujimori, is now tracking him in polls.
Mr. Castillo is the last incarnation of communism. He is a 51-year-old union teacher who will threaten the country’s democracy and economic balance.he “Will be pushed back in a brutal way”, processing “Poorer than him”, Writer and Mario Vargas Llosa (Mario Vargas Llosa) won the Nobel Prize for Writer and The enthusiastic tribune is published in the Spanish daily country. Therefore, he prefers Keiko Fujimori.
The daughter of former dictator Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), whom Mario Vargas Llosa (Mario Vargas Llosa) faced in a 1990 poll, was concealed on suspicion of money laundering He was prosecuted for the secret of his previous campaign and could face 30 years in prison. jail. Fujimori’s heiress and fierce defender, the extremely popular totalitarian right-wing trend, neoliberal singer MI Fujimori will be “little devil” In the eyes of the writer.
A view widely accepted by the national press.in daily life trading, In the hands of the conservative group of the same name, which owns 80% of newspapers and several TV channels, faced with the possible victory of a left-wing candidate, alarmist editorials followed: “A chronicle of an announced disaster”, “Democracy is in danger “… On the streets of the capital Lima, a mysterious giant sign appeared at the end of April: “Think about your future, not communism”, “protect your work and freedom”…
It is in this polarized atmosphere that the voting will be held on Sunday, June 6, and Peru is still not out of the second wave of Covid-19, and April 2021 is the deadliest since the outbreak of the epidemic .
M. Castillo, qui “Long campaigning campaign among left-wing radicals, and then became a bit radical”, First of all, there must be a program “Give the country more space”, Researcher Gustavo Pastor (Gustavo Pastor) explained. Therefore, Mr. Castillo proposed to hold a referendum to amend the current constitution formulated by the Fujimori government in 1993, which portrays the primacy of the private sector.
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