Peru vote neck-and-neck after Fujimori lead slips

Conservative Keiko Fujimori, 41, and her center-right rival Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, 77, were virtually tied in exit polls as voting closed at 2100 GMT. Many mistrust Keiko Fujimori because her father Alberto is in jail for corruption and the slaughter of alleged terrorists in the 1990s. There was a lot of repression and a lot of people died and disappeared,” said Enrique Castillo, a 61-year-old queueing to vote in Lima.

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