Fujimori and Castillo supporters get into fight as Peru awaits results in presidential vote01:14
A fight erupted between the supporters of presidential candidates Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori, as votes continue to be counted in one of Peru's tightest elections. Fujimori supporters took to the streets of Lima, alleging fraudulent activities. According to ONPE, 99.99 per cent of the votes have been counted thus far, but the race remains too close to call. At the time of writing Castillo is ahead with 50.205 percent of the counted votes, while Fujimori comes close second with 49,796 percent. In the first exit poll the populist Fujimori was in the lead over Castillo, a left-wing, but socially conservative school teacher and union leader.