Peru: Leftist former soldier rises in election poll

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March 27, 2011
San Francisco Chronicle    
Posted in News

"A left-leaning former army officer has risen quickly into contention for Peru's presidency and may even be leading the tight five-person race for the first-round vote on April 10, according to a poll released Sunday. Ollanta Humala, who lost the 2006 election to President Alan Garcia, was favored by 21.2 percent of those polled across the country on March 21-24." (03/27/11)  

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