Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Humala has consolidated its victory in Peru after the official count

The leftist presidential candidate Ollanta Humalalogró an insurmountable advantage over the right of Keiko Fujimori in the official count after Sunday's elections in Peru, by achieving 51.25% of the vote, against 48.74, accounted for 87 , 80% of the votes. As expected, each new report of the National Office of Electoral Processes brings a slight increase in the advantage of Humala, a situation that should be maintained until the end that the minutes from missing to include the most remote areas in which the candidate the winner.

The victory of the alliance leader Earn Peru was given for fixed since Sunday night, when the winner in four quick counts made by private institutions on sample records, historical works very reliable.

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