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Peru´s presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori arrives at the polling station during general elections, in Lima on April 10, 2016 
Almost 23 million Peruvians in Peru and abroad are expected to decide whether Keiko Fujimori, daughter of an ex-president jailed for massacres, should become their first female head of state in an election marred by alleged vote-buying and guerrilla attacks that killed four. / AFP / LUKA GONZALES        (Photo credit should read LUKA GONZALES/AFP/Getty Images)
Peru´s presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori arrives at the polling station during general elections, in Lima on April 10, 2016 
Almost 23 million Peruvians in Peru and abroad are expected to decide whether Keiko Fujimori, daughter of an ex-president jailed for massacres, should become their first female head of state in an election marred by alleged vote-buying and guerrilla attacks that killed four. / AFP / LUKA GONZALES        (Photo credit should read LUKA GONZALES/AFP/Getty Images)

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¿Cómo ha llegado Keiko Fujimori a ser la favorita en las encuestas?

El analista Diethell Columbus dice que el apellido Fujimori es el principal capital político, pero a la vez la principal carga de la candidata Keiko. ¿Será suficiente su apellido para ganar en segunda vuelta?

¿Cómo ha llegado Keiko Fujimori a ser la favorita en las encuestas?

El analista Diethell Columbus dice que el apellido Fujimori es el principal capital político, pero a la vez la principal carga de la candidata Keiko. ¿Será suficiente su apellido para ganar en segunda vuelta?