Independent movements win regional governments in Peru | News

The independent movements in Peru will prevail in 16 regions of the country and the national parties, only in three: Somos Perú in Loreto and San Martín (north), and Avanza País in Madre de Dios (south).

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Among the national parties, the victory of the conservative Rafael López Aliaga in the municipal elections of Lima, representing the Renovación Popular party (right), also stands out.

The National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) has detailed that there are 16 regions in which the winner is virtually known, of which 13 will be under independent movements, are the cases of Áncash, Apurímac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Huánuco, Ica, Junin, Madre de Dios and Puno.

For its part, Somos Perú has won in Loreto and San Martín, while Avanza País has won in Madre de Dios. In the second round it does not seem that the dynamics will change much and it is expected that the independent forces will manage to take over the regional governments.

Last Sunday, October 2, municipal and regional elections were held at the national level. Specifically, the 25 regional governors, 196 provincial mayors and 1,694 district mayors are elected to renew.

According to the results of the 100% quick count of Ipsos Peru, the regions of Cajamarca, Moquegua, Cusco and Piura will have a second round in December, because the winners of regional governors did not exceed 30% of the valid votes.



These jurisdictions concentrate investments estimated at US$29,153 million, a figure that is equivalent to 55% of the national portfolio, according to the most recent update prepared by the Ministry of Energy and Mines (Minem).

According to the electoral law, a second electoral round will have to be carried out in the regions where no political organization has exceeded 30% of the votes on Sunday, October 2.

In at least nine regions they will be disputed again in elections, while the counting of the fair continues.

The independent movements in Peru will prevail in 22 regions of the country and the national parties, in only three: Somos Perú in Loreto and San Martín (north), and Avanza País in Madre de Dios (south).



Among the national parties, the victory of the conservative Rafael López Aliaga in the municipal elections of Lima, representing the Renovación Popular party (right), also stands out.

The National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) has detailed that there are 16 regions in which the winner is virtually known, of which 13 will be under independent movements, are the cases of Áncash, Apurímac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Huánuco, Ica, Junin, Madre de Dios and Puno.

For its part, Somos Perú has won in Loreto and San Martín, while Avanza País has won in Madre de Dios. In the second round it does not seem that the dynamics will change much and it is expected that the independent forces will manage to take over the regional governments.

Last Sunday, October 2, municipal and regional elections were held at the national level. Specifically, the 25 regional governors, 196 provincial mayors and 1,694 district mayors are elected to renew.

According to the results of the 100% quick count of Ipsos Peru, the regions of Cajamarca, Moquegua, Cusco and Piura will have a second round in December, because the winners of regional governors did not exceed 30% of the valid votes.

These jurisdictions concentrate investments estimated at US$29,153 million, a figure that is equivalent to 55% of the national portfolio, according to the most recent update prepared by the Ministry of Energy and Mines (Minem).

According to the electoral law, a second electoral round will have to be carried out in the regions where no political organization has exceeded 30% of the votes on Sunday, October 2.

In at least nine regions they will be disputed again in elections, while the counting of the fair continues.

Amazon region (at 93.543%)
Gilmer Horna (Regional Amazon Sentiment), with 24,171%.
Grimaldo Vásquez Tan (Victoria Amazonense), with 22,092%.

Cajamarca Region (at 97.042%)
Roger Guevara (Somos Peru), with 19,863%.
Andrés Villar Narro (Regional Front of Cajamarca), with 18,810%.

Callao Region (at 94.991%)
Miguel Cordano (With you Callao), with 28,435%.
Ciro Castillo (Más Callao), with 24,273%.

Cuzco Region (at 95.097%)
Werner Salcedo (Somos Peru), with 28,058%.
Edy Cuéllar (Inka Pachakuteq Regional Movement), with 19,049%.

Lambayeque Region (at 97.562%)
Alexander Rodríguez (Alliance for Progress), with 20,740%.
Jorge Flores (Somos Peru), with 19,876%.

Lima Provinces (at 98.156%)
Rosa Vásquez (Lima Civic Unit), with 27,065%.
José Bautista (Patria Joven), with 19,774%.

Moquegua Region (at 99.040%)
Jaime Rodríguez (Kausachun), with 28,053%.
Cilia Gutiérrez (Somos Peru) 24,642%.

Pasco Region (at 98.630%)
Zumel Trujillo (Pasco Verde), with 24,461%.
Juan Chombo (Somos Peru), with 21,267%.
Rudy Callupe (Podemos Peru), with 20,231%.

Piura Region (at 96.519%)

Reynaldo Hilbick (Regional Unit): 25.1%
Luis Neyra (With you region): 22.2%
Santiago Paz (Region for all): 16%