Saturday, April 23, 2011

PERU - Humala in the polls

Ollanta Humala, who a few months ago, was an outsider in the race for the presidency made a spectacular recovery. All the latest polls before the first round of the April 10 puts it all in the lead with nearly 26% of the vote, said El Comercio. According to these surveys, three candidates are vying for second place: the former president Alejandro Toledo, Keiko Fujimori, daughter of former dictator and former Economy Minister Pedro Pablo Kuzcinsky.

The former mayor of Lima Luis Castaneda seems to be stalled. Founder of the Peruvian Nationalist Party (PNP), Ollanta Humala is in the banner of "Gana Perú [Peru winner], only left-wing coalition, against four opponents on the right or center right. In 2006 he won the first round of presidential and bowed before the second Alan García.

His opponents this as a "Peruvian Chávez".

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