Something extraordinary is happening in Peru.
Peru’s former President Alejandro Toledo, who finished fourth in the first round of presidential elections April 10, comments on today’s election.
Former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo took the lead in a poll by the South American country’s Catholic University, ahead of April’s election.
Former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo ’s lead narrowed in an opinion poll ahead of next month’s presidential election as support for opposition leader Ollanta Humala grows, Ipsos Apoyo said.
Peruvian President-elect Ollanta Humala offered six Cabinet posts, including finance minister and trade minister, to the party of former President Alejandro Toledo , Peru.21 reported .
Peru’s former President Alejandro Toledo leads in an opinion poll ahead of presidential elections in April, Ipsos Apoyo said.
Peruvian President Ollanta Humala swore in 10 new ministers led by a former army officer as he seeks to take a firmer stance on protests that halted the nation’s biggest investment project.
Former Peruvian army officer Ollanta Humala won the most votes in the Andean nation’s presidential elections, though will need to wait for full results to know who he’ll face in a June runoff.
Peru’s former President Alejandro Toledo is leading in polls ahead of the April 10 presidential election as candidates pledge to maintain economic policies to spur private investment.
Ollanta Humala convinced a bare majority of voters that Peru’s booming economy would be safe with him as president. Now he must calm nervous investors, starting with his choices for finance minister and the rest of his cabinet.