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General elections were held in Peru on 10 June 1945 to elect the President and both houses of Congress. In the presidential elections the result was a victory for José Luis Bustamante y Rivero of the National Democratic Front (FDN), who received 66.9% of the vote. The FDN also emerged as the largest party in both houses of Congress, winning 35 of the 49 seats in the Senate and 73 of the 153 seats in the Chamber of Deputies.
|José Luis Bustamante y Rivero||National Democratic Front||305,590||66.97|
|Eloy G. Ureta||Revolutionary Union||150,720||33.03|
|National Democratic Front||35||New|
|Socialist Party of Peru||4||New|
|National Democratic Front||73||New|
|Socialist Party of Peru||3||New|
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