The former Congresswoman and daughter of former dictator Alberto Fujimori, who is in custody serving a 25 years prison for corruption and crimes against humanity, left for this round as a favorite. Participating with my vote in this great festival. We comply with our duty citizen. pic.twitter.com/RoPtix264X However, the latest opinion polls give the win to Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, conquering 50.4% of voting intentions. The former World Bank economist has benefited from the support of other candidates of the first round, especially the left parties, who consider the return of Fujimorismo quite detrimental to the country. Pedro Pablo Kuczynski urges citizens to vote with consciousness and joy https://t.co/P3PxY3wBrD pic.twitter.com/bKkmx0vbJy Both candidates promise to combat corruption and encourage job creation. About of 23 million Peruvians must report to the polls this Sunday. Voting is mandatory in Peru. The first results should arise at 22 local time, 4 hours from Lisbon.