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Peru Officials Urged to Resolve Vote Delay

A pro-business candidate fighting for a place in Peru’s presidential runoff urged election officials to resolve delays in the vote count, with her party saying the race could hinge on the uncounted ballots. With nearly 87 percent of the votes counted from Sunday’s election, nationalist candidate Ollanta Humala was ahead with 30.4 percent of the tally, followed by ex-President Alan Garcia with 24.6 percent and former Congresswoman Lourdes Flores with 23.4 percent. Full Story

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