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· February, 2006

Stories about Peru from February, 2006

Peru: Reliabiligy of Peruvian Polling

Fabiola Bazo has a pdf file of the latest national poll just five weeks before Peruvians elect a new president. Un Lobo en Perú points out that “in the recent...

Peru: A BlogsPeru Screensaver

BlogsPerú has compiled a new community screensaver (ES), which is available for download. As always, they are accepting new, relevant photos to be published in the next version.

Mexico, El Salvador, Peru, Brazil: Poll Numbers

Boz has released his now infamous Friday poll numbers from around Latin America. Tim Muth breaks down the numbers in El Salvador which show the two main parties, FMLN and...

Peru: Presidential Candidate on Same-Sex Unions

Peruvian leftist presidential candidate, Ollanta Humala explained at a recent press conference that he would accept homosexuals to serve on his cabinet says Andres Duque. Fabiola Bazo has more details...

Peru, Panama: Interview with Chef Gastón Acurio

Elena Hernández posts her interview with Peruvian chef, Gastón Acurio (ES) which appeared in this week's magazine supplement to the daily, La Prensa de Panamá.

Peru: Inequality as an Election Issue

Fabiola Bazo has a hyperlinked and bilingual analysis of inequality as an election issue as Peruvians get ready to head to the polls.

Peru: More Voters Undecided

Peru Election 2006 says that Ollanta Humala has withstood recent political attacks and that perhaps the most interesting news recently is the 10% increase in the undecided vote.

Peru: Rural Farmers Podcasting

X-Blog describes (ES) an article which appeared in the BBC about rural Peruvian farmers in Cajamarca who are producing informative podcasts on cattle-raising husbandry and dairy production.

Peru: The Outsider Effect of Ollanta Humala

Maxwell A. Cameron aims to dissect the exponential rise in popularity of Peru's outsider presidential candidate, Ollanta Humala.

A Zestful Welcome to the Wonders of the World

The best food of a country is the traditional food which has been tried and tested over the centuries. It suits the climate, and uses the best products of that...

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