Peruvian Nationalist Party
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|Peruvian Nationalist Party|
|Partido Nacionalista Peruano
|Ideology||Peruvian nationalism, Democratic socialism
|National affiliation||Peru Wins|
|International affiliation||Foro de São Paulo|
|Politics of Peru
In 2010, PNP formed the alliance Peru Wins ("Gana Perú") to participate in 2011 presidential elections. In the runoff vote on June 5 Olanta Humala was elected President. He took office on July 28, 2011.
|Election year||Name||First Round||Second Round|
| % of
| % of
|2006||Ollanta Humala||3,758,258||30.62 (#1)||6,270,080||47.38 (#2)|
|Major party in "Union for Peru".|
|2011||Ollanta Humala||4,643,064||31.70 (#1)||7,937,704||51.45 (#1)|
|Major party in "Peru Wins".|
- "Es una prioridad defender el Estado de Derecho | Internacional | EL PAÍS". Internacional.elpais.com. 2012-01-21. Retrieved 2014-02-06.
- Politics & Political History of Peru access-date=December 6, 2014
- "Peru’s Nationalist Party Attempts To Remove President Alán García After Violence Against Miners". Latindispatch.com. 2010-04-08. Retrieved 2014-02-06.
- (Spanish) Official website
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