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Pedro Castillo has been declared President-elect of Peru, weeks after winning the popular vote in the election.
The country’s electoral Authority announced its verdict after analyzing allegations of electoral fraud made by rival Keiko Fujimori.
Pedro Castillo, 51, a teacher and union leader, won more than 50 percent of the vote. In his first speech after the verdict he said they would be working together to unite the country.
He will be sworn in as president of Peru on the 28th of this month.