Alliance for the Progress of Peru
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The Alliance for the Progress of Peru (Spanish: Alianza para el Progreso del Perú) was an electoral alliance in Peru formed for the 2016 general election, dominated by the eponymous party Alliance for Progress and led by former Governor of La Libertad César Acuña Peralta.
- Alliance for Progress (Alianza para el Progreso, APP), conservative, led by César Acuña
- National Restoration (Restauración Nacional, RN), evangelist, led by Humberto Lay
- We Are Peru (Somos Perú, SP), Christian democratic, led by Fernando Andrade
In the 2011 general election, the Alliance for Progress and National Restoration was part of the Alliance for the Great Change (Alianza por el Gran Cambio) while We Are Peru was part of the Possible Peru Alliance (Alianza Perú Posible).
In the congressional election on April 10, the alliance won 9.2% of the popular vote and 9 out of 130 seats.
Presidential candidate César Acuña was barred from the election on 9 March 2016, by a decision of the Electoral Jury for allegedly vote buying in a campaign trail.
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Elections to the Congress of the Republic
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9 / 130
(only for the APP)