LIMA, Peru — Presidential elections in Peru are headed to a second round of voting.
With approximately 64 percent of votes counted, Keiko Fujimori, 40, has about 39 percent of the vote.
Rival Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a former World Bank economist, has about 24 percent of the vote. Kuczynski, 77, a centrist economist, served as the country’s prime minister in the mid-2000s.
Leftist lawmaker Veronika Mendoza trailed with 17 percent of the vote.
Since Fujimori fell short of 50 percent, though, she must now face Kuczynski in a runoff scheduled for June 5.