Carlos Torres Caro

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Carlos Torres Caro

Carlos Alberto Torres Caro is a Peruvian politician and a Congressman representing Lima for the 2006–2011 term. Torres Caro ran for the Union for Peru party in the 2006 election, obtaining the party's highest individual vote, but resigned from it after the presidential runoff, in which the ticket led by Ollanta Humala and featuring Torres Caro as candidate for Second Vice-President was defeated. He then founded the Peruvian Democratic Party along with fellow Congress members Gustavo Espinoza and Rocío González.

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