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Second Peruvian Bishop Weighs In on Elections, Knocks Frontrunner

A second Roman Catholic leader in Peru weighed in on the country's presidential elections, saying on Wednesday that he would never vote for frontrunner Keiko Fujimori and praising a candidate condemned by an archbishop at Easter mass. Bishop Emeritus Luis Bambaren met left-leaning presidential hopeful Alfredo Barnechea three days after an archbishop said that voting for him would be "a sin" because of his position on gay rights and abortion. Barnechea has said he supports...

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