Former banker Pedro Pablo Kuczynski had a narrow lead over his rival Keiko Fujimori in Peru's presidential election on Sunday, partial official results showed.
The National Electoral Process Office said Kuczynski had 50.58 percent of the vote against 49.42 percent for Fujimori, with 36 percent of votes counted.
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