Peruvians protest Keiko Fujimori ahead of elections

Thousands of Peruvians marched the streets of Lima on Saturday.

They're rallying against Keiko Fujimori, the conservative candidate in the upcoming presidential elections.

She'll compete head-to-head with socialist schoolteacher Pedro Castillo in a run-off next month.

The protesters held up signs saying 'Fujimori never again", and "Keiko to prison".

Keiko Fujimori is the daughter of ex-President Alberto Fujimori, who is currently in jail for human rights abuses and corruption.

She has been long under investigation for allegedly receiving over $1 million from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht during her first presidential bid in 2011.

"We want democratic change that does not rely on corruption, nor a mafia called Fujimori. The Fujimori family is not the country; the country is this, represented by the people in the streets."

Peruvians are split between the political left and right.

Many reject both candidates outright.

Though Castillo holds a small lead in the polls ahead of the vote on June 6.