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Ollanta Humala new President of Peru. Acc to elections authorities (w 90% of the votes) : 51.36% Ollanta Humala and Keiko Fujimori 48.63%

Elections in Peru, statistics and results. Humala is the new President of Peru. (Photo credit to El Comercio.pe)

In the last report issued by the electoral body (11:18 am, local time Peru) the difference between Humala and Fujimori increased to 384,075 votes.
The National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) reported that with 89.8% of votes counted so far, the presidential candidate Ollanta Humala gets the 51.365% of the valid votes, while Keiko Fujimori, reaches 48.635%. No is more than a 3% difference between both. The restant 10% of the votes are from the poor rural areas in Peru, where Humala had his stronghold.

So, Humala gets 7,226.621  and Fujimori 6,842.549 . That is, the advantage of first extended to 384,075 since the previous report where the score range was 374,855 votes.

Earlier, the electoral authorities explained in a press conference that the votes counted correspond to the urban areas of Lima and the provincial capitals.

Remain to be processed the votes mainly from rural areas.