Peru’s Fujimori holds tight lead in vote, Castillo narrowing gap

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By Marco Aquino and Marcelo Rochabrun LIMA/TACABAMBA, Peru (Reuters) -Conservative Keiko Fujimori was clinging to a razor-thin lead in Peru’s presidential election race early on Monday but socialist rival Castillo Pedro was narrowing the gap, setting up a likely photo finish. Uncertainty pervades a deeply polarized Peru over who will be its next president, with the official count showing Fujimori with 50.5% and Castillo on around 49.5%, with around 90% of the vote counted and the gap narrowing with late votes expe…

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