Monday, June 05, 2006
With most of the votes counted in the second round of Peru's election, it has become clear that ex-president Alan Garcia has won a convincing victory.
Mr Garcia polled 53.1% of ballots to 46.9 % for nationalist rival Ollanta He said the result was a blow for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who had strongly supported his opponent. Humala, with 93% of votes counted. Read More