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Monday, April 17, 2006

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Serdna1 a blogger in Peru has an intersting perspective between the choice of Humala and Garcia (in Spanish)

The Dark One

It is official. The Peruvian election (second round) will take place the 28th of May between Ollanta Humala and Alan Garcia.

With 98.46% of votes counted, Humala received 30.70% of votes followed by GarcĂ­a who received 24.33%. Flores came in third with 23.67% of votes (a difference of 80,002 votes).

There is doubt the APRA and the Unidad Nacional political parties will create an alliance to contend against Ollanta Humala - who in my opinion will be the next president of Peru.

Serdna1 a blogger in Peru has an intersting perspective between the choice of Humala and Garcia (in Spanish)

http://serdna1.blogspot.com/2006/04/el-per-se-jodi.html

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Intrestingly enough the Economist recently published a story referencing the idea of the caudillo. It states Humala "is a typical product of Peru's provincial middle class: he is mestizo (of mixed race), speaks no Indian language and went to a private school. His nationalism is that of the populist military caudillo".

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