Peru

Presidential 2006


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The Presidential election went to two rounds which took place on 9 April and 4 June 2006.

In the second round Alan García Pérez (Peruvian Aprista Party) received 54.7% of the vote and Ollanta Humala Tasso (Union for Peru) 45.3%. Alan García was therefore elected with the next elections scheduled for 2011.

Ollanta Humala Tasso (Union for Peru) 30.6%
Alan García Pérez (Peruvian Aprista Party) 24.3%
Lourdes Flores Nano (National Unity) 23.8%
Martha Chávez Cossio (Alliance for the Future) 7.4%
Valentín Paniagua Corazao (Center Front) 5.8%
Humberto Lay Sun (National Restoration) 4.4%

There were a further 14 candidates who each received less than 1% of the vote.

Registered voters: 16,494,906
Total votes: 14,632,003

Turnout for the Presidential election was said to be 88.7% in the first round and 87.7% in the second round.

Source: www.psephos.adam-carr.net/countries/p/peru

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