Humala has slim lead in Peru vote: official results
LIMA, Peru (Reuters) – Ollanta Humala, a former army
commander whose nationalist campaign has polarzied Peruvians,
held a narrow lead in Peru’s presidential election on Sunday,
the first official results showed.
With 30 percent of the vote counted, electoral officials
said Humala had 27.6 percent, followed by pro-business
conservative Lourdes Flores with 26.7 percent and
left-of-center former President Alan Garcia with 25.7 percent.
If no candidate attains more than 50 percent of the vote,
the top two finishers will meet in a May runoff.