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.