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Survey: no difference among Peru’s presidential candidates
Posted by Colin Post on Nov 24, 2015 Leave a comment

Survey: no difference among Peru’s presidential candidates

A recent survey shows Peru’s voters see virtually no ideological difference among the top five presidential contenders for 2016 elections. Ipsos asked over 1,800 voters to rank each of Peru’s  Full Article »

Prison visits raise questions about Fujimori’s leadership
Posted by Colin Post on Nov 16, 2015 Leave a comment

Prison visits raise questions about Fujimori’s leadership

A report detailing visitors to former President Alberto Fujimori in prison has raised questions about his role in his daughter Keiko Fujimori’s presidential campaign. An El Comercio report showed that Fujimori  Full Article »

Peru’s ruling party changes 2016 presidential candidate
Posted by Colin Post on Oct 24, 2015 Leave a comment

Peru’s ruling party changes 2016 presidential candidate

The Peruvian Nationalist Party switched its 2016 presidential candidate from Daniel Urresti to former housing minister Milton von Hesse. The scandal-courting former interior minister Daniel Urresti renounced his bid for  Full Article »

75% of Peruvians in favor of the military patrolling city streets
Posted by Colin Post on Oct 19, 2015 1 comment

75% of Peruvians in favor of the military patrolling city streets

A large majority of Peruvians are in favor of the armed forces patrolling the city streets to deter rising crime. A recent Ipsos survey showed that 58% of respondents believe  Full Article »

Peru’s cell phone tracking law faces little opposition
Posted by Colin Post on Aug 5, 2015 Leave a comment

Peru’s cell phone tracking law faces little opposition

A decree requiring telecommunications companies to provide police with the identity and location of cell phones has few critics in Peru. The cell phone tracking law known as “geolocalization,” which  Full Article »

First lady drags Humala to new public approval low
Posted by Colin Post on Jun 16, 2015 Leave a comment

First lady drags Humala to new public approval low

Public approval for President Ollanta Humala fell to a record low this month as first lady Nadine Heredia faced new allegations of corruption and ethics violations. Only 17% of Peruvians approve  Full Article »

Keiko Fujimori leads presidential candidates: poll
Posted by Colin Post on Apr 19, 2015 Leave a comment

Keiko Fujimori leads presidential candidates: poll

Opinion polls show Keiko Fujimori would win a presidential election in Peru if held tomorrow. Peruvian pollster Ipsos released new data showing Fujimori would win 32% of the vote in  Full Article »