Peruvian Elections

NPR's Martin Kaste reports on the results of yesterday's election in Peru. It's not yet clear if President Alberto Fujimori has won a third term. According to preliminary results Fujimori received 48 percent of the vote and opposition leader Alejandro Toledo got 42 percent. Toledo is convinced that he won and led a protest toward Government Palace today, claiming fraud in yesterday's election.



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