‘People don’t want any of them’: Peru election sees unpredictable contest

‘People don’t want any of them’: Peru election sees unpredictable contest

The Guardian

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About 28% of Peruvians wouldn’t choose any of the candidates, poll shows ahead of Sunday’s vote

An ultra-conservative millionaire who admits to scourging himself daily to repress sexual desire is just one of an assortment of low-polling candidates who all have a shot at becoming Peru’s next president.

Rafael López Aliaga is technically tied with five other contenders in an unpredictable contest to make a runoff vote in June, including a former goalkeeper, a Sorbonne-educated socialist and the daughter of the country’s jailed former leader Alberto Fujimori.

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