Peruvian general election, 2016 (Keiko and PPK Disqualified)

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Peruvian general election
10 April 2016 (first round)

5 June 2016 (second round)

Turnout 82.9%
UP4-Eic4 Julioguzman
Nominee Veronika Mendoza Julio Guzman
Party Broad Front All for Peru
Popular vote 8,601,997 8,591,998
Percentage 50.08% 49.92%

General elections took place in Peru on 10 April 2016. Incumbent President Ollanta Humala is ineligible to run due to constitutional term limits.

In the race for the presidency, candidates Veronika Mendoza and Julio Guzman passed the electoral threshold for a second round, to be held on 5 June 2016.

while Keiko Fujimori and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski was disqualified by JNE for alleged vote buying and leakage of Panama Papers[1]

Second round[edit]

Preliminary result (100.0% of ballots counted)[16]


Presidential election

The first round was held on 10 April. Exit polls indicated Julio Guzman placed first in the first round of voting with approximately 40% of the vote, with Veronika Mendoza and Alfredo Barnechea each receiving approximately 20%.

First round

Preliminary result (100.0% of ballots counted)

Peruvian presidential elections, 2016
Party Candidate Votes % ±
All for Peru Julio Guzman 6,115,073 39.86 16.3
Broad Front Veronika Mendoza 3,228,661 21.05 1.5
Popular Action Alfredo Barnechea 2,874,940 18.74
Possible Peru Alejandro Toledo 1,069,360 6.97
Popular Alliance Alan García 894,278 5.83
Direct Democracy Gregorio Santos 613,173 4.00
Hope Front Fernando Olivera 203,103 1.32
Alliance for Progress of Peru Cesar Acuna Peralta 200,012 1.30
Developing Peru Miguel Hilario 75,870 0.49
Order Party Antero Flores Aráoz 65,673 0.43
Turnout 18,734,130 81.80
Peruvian presidential elections, 2016 - Second round
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Broad Front Veronika Mendoza 8,601,997 50.08
All for Peru Julio Guzman 8,591,998 49.92
Turnout 18,798,385 82.90

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