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Polls show Peru vote is fight for 2nd place

Nationalist Ollanta Humala was seen keeping his lead in Peru’s weekend presidential election but polls were divided on Friday on whether pro-business candidate Lourdes Flores or former President Alan Garcia would advance to a run-off. A nationwide poll by Lima University showed Humala, campaigning to restrict foreign investment in Peru, had 29.2 percent support and Flores, a conservative, had 25.6 percent. The center-left Garcia had 21.9 percent. Full Story

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