Leader of the Opposition (Peru)

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Leader of the Opposition
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Incumbent
Keiko Fujimori

since 28 July 2011
Inaugural holder Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre
Formation July 1963
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The Leader of the Opposition in Peru relates to each of the presidential candidates who took second and third place in the general election, including any other political leader and Benches (Parliamentary Groups) in the Congress. Since Ollanta Humala took office, the leadership of the opposition is chaired by Keiko Fujimori. Once established the First Presidency of Fernando Belaúnde, it could be distinguished true leaders against the government's position.

List of Leaders of the Opposition[edit]

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre Victorraulhayadelatorre.jpg 1963 1968   American Popular Revolutionary Alliance
Manuel A. Odría No image.png   Odriíst National Union
2 Luis Bedoya Reyes Bedoya.jpg 1978 1980   Christian People's Party
3 Armando Villanueva Armando Villanueva del Campo.jpg 1980 1985   American Popular Revolutionary Alliance
4 Alfonso Barrantes Lingán Alfonso barrantes lingan.jpg 1985 1987   United Left
5 Mario Vargas Llosa 1987 1992   Democratic Front
6 Javier Pérez de Cuéllar Javier Pérez de Cuéllar.JPG 1995 2000   Union for Peru
7 Alejandro Toledo Alejandro Toledo (8682).jpg 2000 2001   Possible Peru
8 Alan García Garciaalan09112006-1.jpg 2001 2006   American Popular Revolutionary Alliance
9 Ollanta Humala Ollanta Humala (Brasilia, March 2006).jpeg 2006 2011   Peruvian Nationalist Party
10 Keiko Fujimori Keiko Fujimori 2.jpg 2011   Fuerza 2011
(6) Alan García
(2nd time)
Garciaalan09112006-1.jpg   American Popular Revolutionary Alliance

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