Outcome in Doubt

June 1962
The article reports on the partial and unofficial presidential election results in 1962 in Peru. The leading aspiring presidents are Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, Fernando Belaunde Terry, and Manuel Odria. Figures from the APRA party showed that Haya garnered 546,407 votes while Belaunde got 34,000 votes. However, estimates from ex-Premier Pedro Beltran's La Prensa party revealed that Haya earned 586,000, Belaunded took 579,000, and Odria obtained 500,800.


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