Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Humala is the winner of the presidential Peru

His election is seen as a final revenge. The leftist candidate Ollanta Humala said, Sunday, June 5 at night, having "won the presidential election in Peru on the basis of the first partial results and projections. The very next day, almost final results confirmed his comments. After counting 89% of the vote he collected 51.34% of the vote against 48.66% for his rival right Keiko Fujimori, daughter of former President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), who is currently serving a sentence in prison for corruption and violations of human rights.

The right candidate has acknowledged, late Monday afternoon, the victory of his rival, and announced that she would congratulate him in person during the day. "We want to establish a government of national unity, has launched Ollanta Humala, who lost the 2006 presidential election against the incumbent President, Alan Garcia.

We want economic growth with a social component. We can build a fairer Peru for all. " Keiko Fujimori, a favorite of the business community, said she was ready to admit defeat "if the official results of the election commission confirms the difference that we see." Humala's priority is to share growth, which amounted to 8.7% in 2010, one of the most unequal countries in the world.

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