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2018 Peruvian regional and municipal elections

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2018 Peruvian regional and municipal elections

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Municipal and regional elections were held in Peru on 7 October 2018. In the election, Peruvians voted for governors, vice governors and regional councilors at a regional level while at a municipal level, citizens voted for mayors and municipal councilors. Those elected took office 1 January 2019 and presumably serve their term until 31 December 2022.


Jorge Muñoz Wells of Popular Action was elected Mayor of Lima.[1]

Popular Force, the party of Keiko Fujimori which held the majority in the Congress of the Republic of Peru at the time, saw little success in the elections. The party saw no candidates elected into Lima or regional governments within Peru.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "ONPE | Elecciones 2018: Jorge Muñoz es el virtual nuevo alcalde de Lima | Flash electoral | Boca de urna". RPP (in Spanish). 8 October 2018. Retrieved 9 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Elecciones 2018 | Fuerza Popular: el fujimorismo fue derrotado en Lima y regiones". RPP (in Spanish). 7 October 2018. Retrieved 2018-10-09.

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