Fujimori, Daughter of an Authoritarian, Favored in Peru PollBy
Vote for president on Sunday but likely to need a second round
As security concerns loom, Keiko Fujimori promises firm hand
Two decades after he dissolved congress, vanquished Maoist guerrillas and fled the country amid corruption allegations, Alberto Fujimori hovers over Peru’s politics, with his daughter Keiko expected to be the top vote winner in Sunday’s presidential election.
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