13 Apr '11, 12am

#PeruNews | Humala, Fujimori court moderates for Peru runoff vote - Channel News Asia

LIMA: Ex-military man Ollanta Humala and populist conservative Keiko Fujimori began Tuesday wooing the near-majority of Peruvian voters who backed moderates in weekend presidential elections. With 93.7 per cent of the vote now counted, Humala led with 31.7 per cent, trailed by lawmaker Fujimori (23.4 per cent) and former cabinet minister Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (18.6 per cent) ahead of the June 5 runoff. Only the top two vote-getters will face off in the second round. Both frontrunners are accused of having an authoritarian bent. Humala ran for president in 2006 but lost amid criticism of his close ties to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. He now claims to have changed and denies ties to Chavez, the region's leading anti-US figure. Keiko Fujimori, 35, favours free-market policies, but is mistrusted by many because her father Alberto -- president 1990-2000 -- is in jail for c...

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